Young People Are Hungry For Good Sex Education

by   THE CONVERSATION By Shelly Makleff, Research Fellow, Global and Women’s Health, Monash University   More than 30,000 people have signed a petition, launched by ex-Sydney school girl Chanel Contos, demanding for consent to be at the forefront of sexual education […]

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by NEWSDESK FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Missing businesswoman Melissa Caddick is dead, police have confirmed, after her foot washed up on a beach more than 400km from where she was last seen in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The 49-year-old did not take her mobile […]

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by FRIDAY NOV 27 US President Donald Trump says he will leave the White House if, as expected, the electoral college confirms Joe Biden has won the 2020 election. It is the nearest Mr Trump has come to a concession. Mr Trump […]

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by TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6 Dozens of Sydney suburbs have been put on high alert as fragments of COVID-19 was detected during surveillance of Sydney’s sewage, reports. Fragments of the virus were found during routine analysis of the wastewater, and it suggests […]

#SheTalks with Sue Woolfe

by #SheSociety’s Nanny Babe (Ruth Greening) talks with acclaimed novelist Sue Woolfe, and they discuss Neuroscience and creativity. Ruth GreeningOn the birth of her two grandsons, Ruth Greening experienced an awakening in her life and entering Gen GP (Generation Grandparent) she was […]

Where Are The Women Statues?

by   When it comes to immortalising women trailblazers, Brisbane is a virtual statue-free zone. Plenty of men, but hardly any women other than a few queens of England.  Thanks to an eight-year-old Auchenflower schoolgirl, however, that could be about to change. […]

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by FRIDAY MAY 22 There will be no COVID-19 limits placed on the number of people allowed on south-east Queensland public buses, trains and ferries when all school students return to the classroom next week. In New South Wales, the State Government […]

Mother’s Day 2020 – Can You Hug Your Mum?

by For the first time since it began in this country almost 100 years ago, Mother’s Day celebrations for millions of Australians are set to undergo a dramatic change this Sunday because of the coronavirus pandemic. Lockdown provisions vary between the states […]

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by Coronavirus cases in NSW flatline, but no plans to ease social-distancing lockdown NSW’s social-distancing shutdown will remain unchanged for the foreseeable future, despite just two new coronavirus infections being recorded yesterday and some other states relaxing their laws. Yesterday, authorities in […]

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