Touring Japan In Large Groups

Jetstar has just done it again and released incredible prices for return flights to Japan from anywhere in Australia. This is a similar offer to what I took up last year, along with another family, with the attitude of “book now and […]

Daily News Roundup

THURSDAY, February 14 An official inquiry has been launched into a fist fight in Federal Parliament last night between United Australia Party Senator Brian Burston and Pauline Hanson’s chief of staff. The stoush erupted after Senator Hanson on Tuesday night used parliamentary […]

Dishwasher Cuisine

Hello Dear Readers – I write this column today in state of great confusion. “Oh, why’s that AB?” I hear you say. Well, let me tell you. It’s not because I just found out they are making an emoji for when you […]

5 Ways To Develop Children’s Talents

Some people think talent is born. The often-told story of Mozart playing piano at three and composing at five reinforces such beliefs. But here’s the rest of that story: Mozart’s father was a successful musician, composer and instructor. He was devoted to […]

Daily News Roundup

WEDNESDAY, February 13 The Government is moving to reopen the Christmas Island immigration centre as border protection shapes as a key battleground ahead of this year’s federal election. Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement came as the refugee medevac bill that delivered the […]

#SheInspires Michelle Lee

Sydney woman Michelle Lee is set to become the first Australian woman to cross any ocean solo in a rowboat, when she arrives in English Harbour in Antigua this month. The 46-year-old left La Gomera in the Canary Islands on December 12 and […]

Behind The Seams With Queensland Theatre

It was the  perfect segue from Paris Fashion Week to my Brisbane life when I was invited by Queensland Theatre for a sneak peek ‘Behind the Seams’ to view the costumes for their first play of the season ‘Death of a Salesman’. […]

Daily News Roundup

TUESDAY, February 12 Refugee Hakeem al-Araibi is on his way home to Australia after Bahrain dropped extradition proceedings against him and he was released from a Thai prison late last night. Mr al-Araibi boarded a Thai Airways flight just after midnight local […]

#SheReviews If Beale Street Could Talk

Academy Award-winning writer/director Barry Jenkins’ first film since the Best Picture Oscar Winning Moonlight is IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, his adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel – the first English-language feature film based on the work of the author, to whom the […]

5 Valentine’s Day Trends & Tips For 2019

Floral expert, designer and founder of floral subscription box, Petal Post, Zoe Lamont, shares everything you need to know about Valentine’s Day. Red roses triple in price over Valentine’s Day Most red roses during the Valentine’s Day period are imported and not […]

Chasing The Super Nerd, Issa Schultz

Grab your bow ties and buckle in folks, as SheSociety has gotten inside the incredible brain of Issa Schultz. Known as the ‘Super Nerd’ on Channel 7’s popular quiz show The Chase, Issa uses his profound amount of knowledge and love of […]

Daily News Roundup

February 7th The Townsville flood clean-up is about to begin as severe weather eases. For the first time in more than a week there is not a Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) severe weather warning in place. “[There’s] still a chance of some […]

An Age-Old Problem

Did you hear about that Dutch man who late last year tried to legally change his age, which in a huge shock to nobody, was rejected by the court? Talk about Freaky Deaky Dutch. So many questions – where do I begin? Why go […]

The French Film Festival’s 30th Birthday

Quel moment excitant d’avoir trente ans en 2019.   How exciting for the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival who once again exceeds its reputation as it presents a line up ‘pare excellence’ of 54 features and documentaries. The biggest ever in the […]

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