Daily News Roundup

From America’s Dad to convictions on all three counts of drugging and sexually assaulting a young woman — Bill Cosby’s downfall is complete. Today he shuffled from court on his cane to the waiting black suburban SUV pursued by news helicopters as […]

The Royal Pecking Order

As a boy, the new baby of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, holds a unique position in Britain’s Royal pecking order. Until recently, the royal line of succession in Britain’s best known family, has followed a system of male preference primogeniture. […]

Weekly News Roundup

Toronto Van Attack Alek Minassian, the 25-year-old accused of killing 10 and wounding 13 after driving a van into a crowd in Toronto, Canada on Monday, has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder. The accused Toronto killer posted a cryptic […]

#SheInspires Vicki Jellie

After Vicki Jellie’s husband, Peter, died from oesophageal cancer in 2008, she decided to create a charity to build a much-needed cancer treatment centre in regional Victoria. Thanks to her passion and determination, Peter’s Project, named after her husband, raised more than […]

Daily News Roundup

The Turnbull government has scrapped a Medicare levy increase to help pay for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, saying it no longer needs the money, according to AAP. Treasurer Scott Morrison has hailed the economic improvement that means he can fund the […]

The Five Best Free Ways to Practice Self-Care

Self-care has become a major talking point, with the issue of making ourselves a priority an important aspect to our overall wellbeing. Self-care is extremely valuable to help avoid burnout and the feeling of being constantly overwhelmed. The best part is that […]

Anzac Day

This month, as we celebrate the 103rd anniversary of ANZAC DAY, another associated commemoration will be be held in France, marking the time when thousands more Australians fought and died in another Great War battle. April 25, 2018 is the anniversary of […]

In Vino Bad Tourists

Raise your hand if you’ve never done anything stupid whilst drinking? Yeah didn’t think so. It can’t have escaped your attention Dear Readers that I am a bit of an idiot AND that’s just when I’m sober. Man, when I’ve had a […]

Anzac Day: The Story Of Maud Butler

Maud Butler was a sixteen-year-old waitress from Kurri Kurri in the Hunter Valley when the First World War broke out. Like many women of the time, she was very keen to contribute to Australia’s war effort, but found herself prevented from doing […]

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Catherine, wife of Prince William, smiled and waved as she left hospital on Monday after giving birth to a boy who is now fifth in line to the British throne. The baby was born at 11.01am and weighed 3.8 kg. William was […]

Plastic Bag Bans

According to ABC News, from July 1, Queensland and Western Australia will ban single use, lightweight plastic bags from major retailers, an initiative already in place in the ACT, South Australia and Tasmania. The ban on plastic bags only relates to single-use […]

Daily News Roundup

April 23, 2018 Australian coins to get an updated Queen The Queen is getting a makeover on Australia’s coins. The federal government says a new effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by the UK Royal Mint’s engraver Jody Clark, will be rolled […]

Apps To Keep You Safe After Dark

We all know how dangerous it can be walking home after dark as a woman and being by yourself. It’s unfortunate that we are living in a time where we have to be on our guard just because of other people’s despicable […]

#SheInterviews Grace Knight

GRACING THE STAGE SINCE THE 80s Singer Grace Knight loves what she does and has been doing for 40 years, putting her longevity as an artist down to the loyalty of her fans. “It’s been all their doing,” said Grace, who is […]

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