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by Wednesday, March 14 Russia has issued a chilling warning after Britain gave it a deadline to answer accusations of involvement in a poisoning attack in Salisbury, but US and EU allies have expressed support for Britain condemning the attack. Prime Minister […]

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by Tuesday, March 13 British Prime Minister Theresa May says the use of nerve agent Novichok to poison ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter makes it “highly likely” Russia was involved. Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found comatose on a […]

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by Monday, March 12 A row has erupted in Queensland schools after it was revealed that propaganda for the powerful and lawless Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) will be splashed in classrooms across the state. The Courier Mail reported today […]

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by Wednesday, March 7 Trump adviser quits over tariffs Top White House economic adviser Gary Cohn, a Wall Street banker who became a key architect of the 2017 tax overhaul and a bulwark against protectionist forces within the Trump administration, is resigning, […]

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by Tuesday, March 6 Trump says he won’t back down on tariffs United States President Donald Trump has insisted he is “not backing down” on his plan to impose stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminium, despite anxious warnings from House Speaker […]

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by Athletics legend Roger Bannister dies aged 88 Iconic Olympic athlete Roger Bannister, the first man to run a mile in under four minutes, has died aged 88. Bannister made history and captured the world’s imagination as the first man to break […]

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by Victorian Cop Resigns After Racist YouTube Comments One of the top Victorian police officers has resigned. It was exposed that Assistant Commissioner Brett Guerin, head of Professional Standards was posting racist remarks on YouTube. He appeared on 3AW last week defending […]

Oscars 2018

by The Oscars have crept up again, highlighting the best of the best in the film industry. Favourites for the night include Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Gary Oldman for Darkest Hour and Francis McDormand for Three Billboards. Australian nominations include Margot […]

A Plastic Reality

by It’s no wonder plastic surgery has become so in demand, we see it on our screens and in our feeds every single day. From Keeping Up with the Kardashians to competitions on Facebook that advertise free boob jobs. While reasons vary […]

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by Wednesday, February 28 More than 4 million Australian cars are set to be hit by one the largest recalls in the country’s history. The Federal Government is today expected to announce the compulsory recall of cars affected by the defective Takata […]

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by Tuesday, February 27 Russia has ordered a daily five-hour “pause” in the bombing of the rebel-held Syrian region of Eastern Ghouta, ABC Radio reports . The ceasefire between 9:00am and 2:00pm will allow wounded civilians to leave through a “humanitarian corridor” […]

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by Always a state of extremes, Queensland’s gone from heatwave to doona-grabbing weather in only a matter of days, the ABC reports.Heavy rain is now causing havoc along much of the state’s coastline, with a month’s worth of rain heading for parts of the south-east in […]

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by Multiple deaths at a Baptist-run aged-care home in Queensland are being investigated by police, the coroner and health regulators after staff raised concerns with Crime Stoppers about suspicious deaths. The Australian newspaper this morning reported a senior nurse was at the […]

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by #SheSociety Rounds up today’s top news stories: – The White House has said President Donald Trump supports efforts to improve the federal gun background check system after a school shooting in Florida that left 17 dead. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders […]

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by #SheSociety Rounds up today’s top news stories: -Two-thirds of voters believe Barnaby Joyce should either resign to the backbench or leave Parliament entirely, intensifying pressure on Nationals MPs to force their leader to step down over the love child scandal, according […]

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by Jennifer Anniston and Justin Theroux Have Split After 2 and a half years of marriage, Jennifer Anniston and Justin Theroux have announced their seperation, and we didn’t see it coming. The couple got engaged in August of 2012 and surprised fans […]

SheViews – Channing Running Wild

by For those of you who like some true grit mixed with celebrity muscles and some great chat on your TV screen, settle in for a night of raw Channing Tatum at 8.35pm on SBS this evening. The Hollywood superstar is the […]

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by Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce is Expecting A Baby With Former Staffer Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce is expecting a child with former staffer Vikki Campion. The Daily Telegraph reports Joyce, 50, and former media advisor Campion, 33, have moved in together […]

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by Australian’s Can’t Buy Codeine Medications Over The Counter As of February 1, you can only buy codeine-based medicines in Australia with a prescription. To get painkillers and cold medicines like Panadeine, Nurofen Plus and Codral you will now need a prescription from your GP. Australia joins 26 countries around […]

SheBrisbane Gets A Makeover            

by SheBrisbane, Queensland’s premier online magazine for women, has undergone a major makeover aimed at taking our unique brand of reporting on women’s issue to a wider, more diverse audience. And to reflect this exciting new Australia-wide focus we have renamed and […]

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