MATE Inaugural Conference Program Released

A preliminary program is now available for the #Besomeonewhodoessomething conference by MATE bystander program at Griffith University. Early bird pricing has also been extended. Please register below now to avoid missing out. Date: 28-29 November 2018 Venue: Sea World Resort Conference Centre Registration Fees: Full 2 day registration […]

The Bachelorette 2018 Office Sweep

It’s that time again… the team here at #SheSociety are back into the spirit of the office sweep with The Bachelorette! Join in on the fun and download for yourself with your workplace or group of friends!   by

Dolce & Gabbana Celebrates Diversity

Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2019 presentation kicked off on Sunday afternoon with a Sicilian funeral procession, church bells pealing as veiled, black-clad women held candles and made their way slowly up the runway. But this isn’t what made this show spectacular it’s […]

Staying Safe From Sharks With Sharkbanz

Australian’s now more than ever are hesitant of hitting the ocean with the latest string of shark attacks up the coast, but heading into summer beating the heat will be hard without making a trip to the beach. Yes, it’s safe to go […]

The Bachelor 2018 Office Sweep

The team here at #SheSociety always get into the spirit of the office sweep whenever a new season of the Bachelor starts, especially this season with Honey Badger Nick Cummins as the Bach! Join in on the fun and download for yourself […]

Daily News Roundup

Thai cave rescue: Authorities beg for mercy of ‘rain god’ in mission to save remaining boys With eight of the 12 boys who were trapped with their soccer coach now freed from the flooded cave complex in northern Thailand, authorities say the […]

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The gunman responsible for fatally shooting two teenagers at a home in Sydney’s north-west last night has been found dead at another house, NSW police say. The ABC reported it understood the gunman is the father of the two teens — a […]

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THURSDAY,  July 5 The Federal Government wants to adopt a new model for carving up the billions of dollars in GST revenue, but will have to chip in cash to ensure no state is worse off. Treasurer Scott Morrison will today unveil […]

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WEDNESDAY, July 4 US President Donald Trump says talks with North Korea are “going well”, claiming that without him, the United States “would now be at war with North Korea”. His comments on Twitter came as US officials seek to reach an […]

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Tuesday, July 3 Starving and terrified as they sat together in the dark, 12 Thai schoolboys and their coach had not seen the outside world or another human being in 10 days. But amazing new footage, shared by the Thai navy who […]

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Monday, July 2 A NOTORIOUS French criminal serving 25 years for murder has made an audacious escape from prison after a helicopter carrying several heavily armed commandos landed in a courtyard, freed him from a visiting room and carried him away, reports […]

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First part of Dreamworld ride tragedy inquest concludes AFTER almost 20 witnesses and 10 days of evidence, the opening two-week period of the Dreamworld tragedy inquest will conclude today. The inquest at the Southport Coroners Court is investigating the deaths of Cindy […]

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THURSDAY, June 28 A man remains on the run after fleeing police before dumping a car that contained the body of a woman inside a barrel, the ABC reports. The man drove off in a black ute when officers arrived at an […]

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WEDNESDAY, June 27 The US Supreme Court has handed Donald Trump one of the biggest victories of his presidency, upholding his travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries and rejecting the idea it represented unconstitutional religious discrimination. The 5-4 ruling, with the court’s […]

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TUESDAY, JUNE 26 Bill Shorten’s asset-rich front benchers who have led attacks on the personal wealth of Malcolm Turnbull, will continue to have access to the benefits of negative gearing on dozens of investment properties under Labor’s plans to axe the lucrative […]

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June 25, 2018 Hunt announces $160m for mental health A national funding boost will help address service gaps for Australians with mental illness and psychosocial disability to who aren’t covered by the National Disability Insurance Scheme, according to a peak mental health […]

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Thursday, June 21 Personal income tax cuts worth billions of dollars are set to pass today, with One Nation confirming it will support the Federal Government’s $144 billion package and Centre Alliance conditionally backing it. One Nation leader Pauline Hanson told AM […]

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Wednesday, June 20 The United States has withdrawn from the United Nations Human Rights Council accusing it of a “chronic bias against Israel”, a move that activists warned would make advancing human rights globally even more difficult. Standing with US Secretary of […]

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