Daily News Roundup

by WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4 Jailed Cardinal George Pell’s appeal against his historical child sex abuse convictions has begun at the Supreme Court of Victoria in front of a packed court room with the Cardinal wearingn his clerical collar, which he did not […]

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by TUESDAY JUNE 4 Queensland’s Ashleigh Barty has demolished the conquerer of Serena Williams to power into the French Open quarter-final. The win raised hopes of a first Australian singles triumph at Roland Garros in more than 40 years. Barty beat  American […]

30 Things To Eat In June 2019

by June is one of the best months for indulging in glorious food in Queensland. We’ve already started to feel the crisp, cooler air of winter and there’s nothing more satisfying than a warm, comforting meal in a cosy, new restaurant, café […]

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by MONDAY JUNE 3 Donald Trump is up to his old tricks of dumping on someone in an interview only to deny it when he is challenged. Only this time he picked the wrong subject of his attack – Meghan the Duchess […]

ArtVo Illusions Opens In Robina

by ArtVo Illusions, an immersive art or ‘trick-art’ gallery has now opened its doors in Robina! Located near The Kitchens, ArtVo is taking the traditional gallery experience and turning it on its head, encouraging customers of all ages to ‘be the art’ […]

#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week!

by __________________________________ #SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds Good Girls: Season 2 On Netflix! In their second season, the women come face-to-face with the consequences of their criminal behaviour. __________________________________ SKIN REPUBLIC WILD – Fun for your face. Good for your […]

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by THURSDAY,  MAY 30 A mother killed in a fiery crash with her four children posted a heartbreaking message on Facebook before she died. Charmaine Harris McLeod, from the southern Queensland city of Hervey Bay, wrote on the page for her local […]

Meet Natalie Rolt

by One of the great things about Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Sydney is checking out  ‘The Studio’. This is a space where you can see and touch the collections up close. It is also a great way to meet designers and […]

2019 Brandenburg Orchestra In Toowoomba

by The five-time ARIA Award-winning Australian Brandenburg Orchestra performed its fifth free community concert at The Empire Church Theatre in Toowoomba on Thursday, 23 May 2019 to an enthusiastic and appreciative audience.  Delivered to the Darling Downs by APA Group, the orchestra performed the […]

You Too Can Live The Grecian Dream

by Living the dream Maybe I am trying to live the dream from The Durrell’s mini- series, based on Gerald Durrell’s true life adventures in “My Family and Other Animals”, as Louisa Durrell a widow, who in 1935 moves her family from […]

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