Julia Gillard Has A New Position

Julia Gillard is on a mission. Specifically, to help create a world in which being a woman is not a barrier to leadership in any field. Needless to say, she has one hell of a battle on her hands. The former – […]

Styling Up With Sneakers

Although it may not feel like it just yet, we are slowly heading into the cooler months which means- new wardrobe! As we settle in to Autumn, we need to reconsider our decision to wear sandals to work- so let me introduce […]

The Benefits Of Acupuncture

#SheSociety asked President of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) – Waveny Holland the most frequently asked questions on acupuncture. What is acupuncture?   Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medicine treatment that can be traced back over 2,000 years.  It really […]

Origami Robots That Could Perform Surgery

Origami-inspired bots that can fold into a number of different shapes have been created, with the miniature bots having the potential to carry out different types of surgery – like patch wounds, remove objects and take samples. Researchers from MIT, the University […]

Weekly News Roundup

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum have Separated Another one of Hollywood’s power couples have decided to call it quits after their nine-year marriage. They both announced the news on their separate Instagram accounts saying that “love is a beautiful adventure which […]

Daily News Roundup

Friday, April 6 A US woman is suing a fertility doctor after discovering through an online ancestry website the man had secretly fathered her. Kelli Rowlette and the parents who raised her, Sally Ashby and her then-husband Howard Fowler, filed the lawsuit […]

Daily News Roundup

The Duke of Edinburgh is recovering after undergoing a successful hip replacement operation on Wednesday, Buckingham Palace says. The palace said the 96-year-old husband of The Queen was “progressing satisfactorily at this early stage” and was likely to spend several days at […]

Daily News Roundup

Wednesday, April 4 President Donald Trump has claimed he will use United States military forces to protect the border with Mexico until a long-promised wall is completed and “proper security” is in place. Speaking at a White House lunch with Baltic leaders, […]

#SheInspires Harriette Hale

Harriette Hale can be described as a serial fempreneur, creating her first company when she was only 19 and has continued to set up five more. Harriette is a certified soul, money and mindset coach, along with teaching and coaching other freelancers […]

Treason Doth Never Prosper

As I sit uncomfortably to write this column on Post-Chocolate Binge Day – aka Easter Monday – I am saddened by the ongoing fiasco that our national cricket side is embroiled in. Cheating is cheating. Whether it’s Pictionary (you know who you […]

The History Of The Flag Bearer

As Queensland hockey player Mark Knowles prepares to carry the Australian flag and lead the team onto the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games stadium tomorrow, sport historians will be reminded of the role a duck and her ducklings played in the choice of […]

Daily News Roundup

Australia’s declining performance in maths, reading and science will cost the nation $120 billion over the next 45 years, according to new analysis. That’s the conclusion by the not-for-profit Public Education Foundation, which has for the first time linked students’ results to […]

The Rubber Ducky In Danger

Scientists now have the dirt on the rubber ducky: Those cute yellow bathtime toys are — as some parents have long suspected — a haven for nasty bugs, an ABC News report reveals. Swiss and American researchers counted the microbes swimming inside […]

Memories from ‘82

It was the year of Matilda – the giant winking marsupial. It was the year swimmer Tracey Wickham was already a household name and marathon runner Rob de Castella  and weightlifter Dean Lukin soon became the names on everyone’s lips. It was […]

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