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Claire Sibthorpe Mobile Phone Gender Gap Survey

Report finds more than 1.7 billion women in low- and middle-income countries do not own mobile phones, creating a gender gap of 200 million women. More...

Adam Rigby Nabo Interview

The finding comes from Nabo, Australia’s first major social media platform designed to help individuals and community organisations to instantly and directly connect online with others in their suburb. More...

Andrew Grant Outdoor Education Boost for Sunshine Coast Interview

Staff of the Queensland Conference and Camping Centre (QCCC) at Mapleton has spent the summer updating their training and qualifications and to ensure the region continues maintains its reputation as the “go-to” destination for school camps. More...

Katie Williams Australian Men to Step Up and Tackle Physical Inactivity Interview

Less than half of Australian men aged between 25 – 75 years old are classed as ‘sufficiently active’ and Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) is challenging them to break the cycle. More...

Fluro Gum Leaves Tea Towel orange

Bits of Australia offers unique gifts and souvenirs created in Australia like the Fluro Gum Leaves Tea Towel. More...

Kate Gniel Blind Sports Victoria Interview

Judo is a skill based sport that doesn’t focus on strength, size, age or physical ability. Judo promotes respect for yourself and others, as well as boosting mental and physical health. More...

Zane Holmes Medibank Wave Warriors Junior Challenge Interview

Champion Ironman Zane Holmes’ dedication to Surf Lifesaving led him to create the Medibank Wave Warriors Junior Challenge, an annual event now in its 5th year which attracts competitors from across Australia and New Zealand. More...

Letter to Santa

Christmas rituals around Santa, such as writing letters and leaving carrots and cookies out, allow children to experiment with different ways of thinking and being – to try on new identities and new ways of looking at the world. More...



Paul Fitzgerald 80% of Aussies Fail to Drink Enough Water Interview

New research has revealed that only 29% of Australians drink the correct amount of water everyday, leaving the rest at risk of dehydration, according to a new report by Thermos® Australia More...

Ben Zabel Household Odour Drives Aussies Scents-less Interview

Odours are a source of conflict in 78% of Australian homes, with 45% saying that arguments are caused on average at least once a month! More...

Jess Dempsey BONDS Boobicon Interview

To bring these Boobicons to life, Bonds have teamed up with a unique group of women to collectively celebrate their boobs and get Aussie women to join them in embracing what they’ve got! More...

Inflatable Stand Up Paddleboards

Ideal for taking on planes, trains and automobiles, wherever you’re travelling, your Stand Up Paddleboard can travel too! More...

Exercise Shown To Reduce Stress-Induced Depression

New studies from Sweden have shown that physical activity can help protect us from stress-induced depression, and Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) is urging workplaces to take note. More...

It's About Breathing

The National Asthma Council’s Sensitive Choice program launched the new “It’s about breathing” consumer information campaign. More...

LED Lenser Neo

Unlike the traditional daggy, dull or heavy headlamps, the NEO is available in five neon colours - pink, blue, yellow, orange and green. Designed to not only illuminate a runner’s path, but to compliment a runner’s outfit and reflect their personal style. More...

Shades of Grey

Karen Halley, internationally renowned business colour and branding expert, says “Everyone wants to paint their houses grey at the moment, but it’s actually one of the most difficult colours to get right.” Get it wrong and a room will be cold and dark, possibly even energy-sapping. Get it right, however, and your home will look chic, sophisticated and modern. More...

Art and Function Combine to Make the Perfect Gift

Bespoke Melbourne Textile Printers, Super Special Screenprinting, believes it is. And to prove the point it has commissioned two leading Australian illustrators to create Christmas and Australiana-themed designs that will appear on high-quality absorbent linen/cotton tea towels made especially for Super Special. More...

Seven Simple Symptoms of T1D That Could Help You Save a Life

Over 1,800 Australians are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes each year. One of the most acute complications that can occur when type 1 diabetes is diagnosed at a late stage is diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). More...

Christmas Gift Guide 2014

Christmas Gift Guide 2014, all your Christmas ideas in one location. More...

tic – The Modern Age Needle And Thread

Gone are the days of time and energy wasted on threading a needle for stitching a shirt button. More...

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