#SheReviews The Swimmers by Julie Otsuka

The highly salubrious, deeply life-affirming and quintessentially Australian (and American) pastime of swimming laps at the local public pool is a soothing ritual that many – the novice, the triathlete and former Olympians – partake in. It is such a utopic environment, […]

Must Watch Upcoming Stan Shows

  The team at SheSociety loves to binge. Here’s to our favourite up coming series where you can wait and binge or watch the show weekly. Power Book IV: Force February 6 Power Book IV: Force centres on fan-favourite character Tommy Egan, […]

Frosé All New Years Day!

Forget New Years Eve, set yourself up for New Years Day and bring in 2021 with a Frosé!  The SheSociety girls got together with the team from Brisbane Drinks and have fine tuned the recipe for your recovery and awakening into the […]

Ageism In The Workforce

  Not only does ageism in the workforce continue to dog the lives of older Australians, but it is getting worse. This is despite older Australians wanting to stay active in the workforce in some capacity. Findings from The Australian Seniors Series: […]

Daily News Round-up

FRIDAY, SEPT 3 Annastacia Palaszczuk has finally apologised for allowing NRL players and their partners Into Queensland after she slammed shut the border to returning residents. The admission came as Queensland recorded no new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Friday as hundreds […]

Daily News Round-up

FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 At least 60 people, including up to 13 US troops  have been killed in suicide bombings outside Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport sparking US president Joe Biden to declare “We will hunt you down”.   The Pentagon has confirmed two […]

Mums And Lockdown

  With an ongoing pandemic as our reality right now and lockdowns across various parts of the country, it’s no wonder that parents feel like they’re at the end of their rope.  Which led the ABC to ask people to relate their […]


FRIDAY, JULY 30 Professor Sarah Gilbert, the architect behind the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, has said the messaging around vaccine rollout in Australia could result in “lives lost”, reports th ABC. It follows months of changing guidance and restrictions in Australia around who […]

STRIVE TO BE KIND DAY – Friday 30th of July

The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation highlights Respect as the centrepiece of this year’s campaign on Strive To Be Kind Day, 2021. The importance of treating others with Respect in daily life will be the focus of The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation’s annual Strive To […]

Daily News Roundup

  TUESDAY, JULY 13 NSW has seen one new Covid-19 death of a man in his 70s overnight, along with 89 new Covid-19 cases.   Chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant said the number of people going out into the community while infectious […]

Daily News Roundup

  TUESDAY, March 30 Queensland’s COVID-19 outbreak has grown overnight, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announcing 10 new cases, eight of those locally acquired. She said six are close contacts of confirmed cases, and two others are still under investigation. But health authorities have […]

Young People Are Hungry For Good Sex Education

  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 in […]

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