The Motherless Daughters Association

by Mother’s Day can be a hard affair for those who have lost their mothers but Danielle Snelling from Melbourne has set up an association that aims to support those dealing with the loss. Motherless Daughters Australia was created after Danielle lost […]

Daily News Roundup

by Ryan Reynolds had some things to say about Eurovision and about how Australia was unfairly included in the mix when his own home country Canada was not. The star was in character as Deadpool for the promotion of Deadpool 2 in […]

Weekly News Roundup

by Commonwealth success Now in it’s 8th day of competition, the games have been an overwhelming success for the Australian team with 57 gold medals, 43 silver and 45 bronze. Our latest medals come from the Athletics track with Brandon Starc, cricketer’s […]

Daily News Roundup

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 […]

Don Burke Accused Of Sexual Harassment

by TV personality Don Burke who hosted the TV gardening show, Burke’s Backyard has been accused of sexual harassment and bullying allegations. According to, more than 50 people made serious allegations about the presenter, with three former Channel 9 executives giving […]

UPLIT- The Brisbane Writers Festival

by Readers and writers of Brisbane rejoice as it is soon one of our favourite times of year. This September 6-10 sees over 100 writers converging on Brisbane for the annual Brisbane Writers Festival. UPLIT- The Brisbane Writers Festival is celebrating 55 years (even […]

The Bachelor – True Love or Truly Fake?

by The issue of diversity has become a constant discussion point in The Bachelor and other types of reality shows, with cookie cutter, blonde stereotypes representing what’s expected to be a sample of our population. The show cherry picks their own ideal […]

Two Nights With A Sommelier

by We love our wine here at SheBrisbane. Not too much mind you, but there’s no better way for our team to unwind after a particularly arduous day and plan ahead than over a glass or two. So it was a no […]

Potato Torment

by Two really awful things happened to me last week. I had to go to Canberra, and There was a potato shortage there. You may remember Dear Readers, how last year I was sent into a sheer panic at the mere suggestion […]

Shelter Her

by 21 November, 2016, Brisbane: The Lady Musgrave Trust, Queensland’s oldest charity and a champion for homeless young women, will be lighting up the Story Bridge this week to raise awareness and funds for the shocking number of vulnerable women and their children […]