Investing For Beginners

#SheSociety had the chance to ask financial expert, Shahirah Gardner a few questions on how to get started on investing. About Shahirah Gardner Shahirah is a specialist in fintech and start-up investment. Shahirah is Co-founder and creative brain behind Finch, a venture-backed […]

Two Man Tarantino

“That’s A Bingo!” Two Man Tarantino, part of the Wonderland Festival, is showing now in the Visy Theatre at The Powerhouse. SheSociety were lucky enough to be invited to Opening Night where we have never laughed so hard. There were all your […]

Weekly News Roundup

 Maria James’s murder case reopened by Victorian coroner The Victorian Coroner has reopened the investigation into the 38-year-old cold case of Maria James. Maria’s murder was subjected in the ABC podcast series- Trace. A coronial inquest in 1982 found Maria James was […]

Daily News Roundup

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 Gracemere residents are returning home after fire conditions classed as catastrophic on Wednesday resulted in a rapid evacuation of the town south of Rockhampton, while residents south of Mackay are describing their own fire emergency as like seeing “the […]

The Meaning Of Weird Dreams

Plunging to a horrible death in a dream or nightmare doesn’t mean you are destined to depart the earth any time soon in real life according to one of Australia’s leading spiritual advisers.  Rose Smith runs Absolute Soul Secrets the largest psychic […]

Upcoming Wedding Trends

Who doesn’t love a wedding? It’s the happiest of times and I adore the fact that each wedding is unique to the couple who are being married. Although I have been married for over 30 years I am coming up to the […]

No More Secrets For Heide

It was a cloudy morning when we parked our SUV at 7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen in Victoria. Despite out-of-towners assumption about Melbourne’s weather, November was a pleasant, warm and breezy 31 degrees. I was thrilled when my cousins suggested we visit the […]

Daily News Roundup

Sydney weather sparks road chaos, as drivers rescued and flash flooding inundates homes NSW Police have lashed Sydney’s “idiotic” drivers as the biggest November downpour in more than three decades wreaked havoc on the Harbour City’s roads. Key points: Parts of Sydney […]

Is Our “Slip, Slop, Slap” Destroying The Reef?

It was a pretty impressive sight. My five-year-old granddaughter slapping sunscreen all over herself before heading off to preschool. Her idea, completely, thanks in no small part to Slip Slop Slap, one of the most successful health campaigns in Australia’s history, launched […]

White Label Noba Launches Spring 2018: Wanderlust

Brisbane born brand, White Label Noba, has launched their stunning SS18 collection with Wanderlust. The collection features subdued pastel hues,ethereal shapes, free flowing fabrics and pieces to suit every woman.   The highly anticipated Collection includes more than 40 individual pieces. Based on […]

The 63rd Annual Walkley Awards

The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) continued to showcase its excellence as a world leading event venue when it hosted the 63rd annual Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism last night (Thursday 22 November). Over 600 leading journalists and media identities […]

Daily News Roundup

Two homes have been lost and at least four others damaged as hundreds of residents flee their properties amid a dangerous bushfire burning north of Bundaberg, with conditions expected to worsen today. Rural Fire Service area director Craig Magick said fire was […]

#SheReviews Robin Hood

The story is a new old This may be the seventh remake since 1922 but does it really matter when each one has a different twist to this legendary movie? Robin Hood movie makers are compelled to adjust to 21st century demands […]

Weekly News Roundup

Walkley Awards: Hedley Thomas, Slade Gibson win 2018 Gold Walkley for true crime podcast Journalist Hedley Thomas and producer Slade Gibson have won the 2018 Gold Walkley Award for The Teacher’s Pet podcast series. It is the second time The Australian journalist […]

Daily News Roundup

David Eastman, who spent nearly 20 years in jail over the killing one of the country’s top cops, has been found not guilty of the murder after a retrial. A jury determined Mr Eastman did not murder senior Australian Federal Police officer […]

White Ribbon Day

With an astonishing 60 violent deaths of women this year alone, White Ribbon will be working closely with the Australian community, this Friday November 23 to end men’s violence against women. One woman a week is murdered at the hands of a […]

Would You Give Your Kids A Smartphone?

If you have seen the kids down the shopping centre talking into their wrist watches of late, you weren’t witnessing a Dick Tracey moment. They were probably talking to their mums or dads on their Moochie kids smartphone watches, designed with child safety in […]

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