Daily News Roundup

by   TUESDAY, SEPT 15 Former Australian Olympian Lisa Curry has spoken of the “unbearable” pain she feels following the death of her daughter, Jaimi Kenny, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. The 33-year-old died peacefully at Sunshine Coast University Hospital on Monday following a battle […]

#SheReviews Wherever You Go By Monique Mulligan

by   West Australian author, Monique Mulligan, is a wife, mother, successful children’s author, former publisher, newspaper and magazine editor, children’s curriculum writer and short romance writer. Monique has had a successful and varied career but her burning desire has always been […]

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by   MONDAY, SEPT 14 Queensland’s Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young says she feels safe and supported after being placed police protection in the wake of receiving death threats. “The support has made me feel much, much safer in doing what I […]

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by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has broken down during an emotional press conference this morning. The leader cut the address short after tearing up following repeated questions over the state’s harsh border closure, which has separated families. The Premier […]

#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week!

by #SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds Get Organised with The Home Edit now on Netflix! Expert home organisers Clea and Joanna help celebrities and everyday clients edit, categorise and contain their clutter to create stunning spaces. Watch here! __________________________________ Gin […]

Spring Fashion Trends 

by   It’s Spring here in Australia and although we’re not heading out and about as much as usual, I do love to do a Spring edit of my wardrobe. I’ve been checking out the shops for my Southern sisters and reading […]

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by   THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 Victoria is projected to lose up to 325,000 jobs this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, a report released by the City of Melbourne says. The modelling, which the City of Melbourne and the Victorian Government commissioned […]

Queensland Theatre Returns

by   One of the industries hardest hit this year has been the Arts, but in news that will bring joy to the hearts of so many, Queensland Theatre will reopen the Bille Brown Theatre in November. Audiences will be treated to […]

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by   WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9   Prime Minister Scott Morrison has put social media companies on notice over a “disgraceful” TikTok video targeting children that includes a shocking clip of a man taking his own life. Schools across Australia have contacted parents […]

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by   TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8  The stinging criticism of Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ roadmap out of lockdown is continuing with politicians, citizens and medical experts weighing in. Speaking to the ABC this morning, Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt joined the growing chorus […]

Why Do Brides Wear White?

by   THE CONVERSATION USA By Marlise Schoeny, Assistant Curator for the Ohio State Historic Costume & Textiles Collection, Adjunct Instructor for the Columbus College of Art and Design, The Ohio State University   “A wedding gown represents far more than just […]

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by   MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 World number one Novak Djokovic has lost his fourth-round match at the US Open in dramatic circumstances after he was defaulted for hitting a ball in anger that struck a female line judge in the throat. Djokovic […]

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by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 Prime Minister Scott Morrison has failed to convince Western Australia to join the rest of the country in aiming to take down borders and ease restrictions by Christmas. National Cabinet’s other state and territory leaders have agreed with […]

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by   THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 An emergency rescue plan is being prepared in the wake of Australia’s financial catastrophe, with massive tax cuts on the cards. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has hinted that personal income tax cuts worth $20 billion could be brought forward to […]

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