Urinary tract infections and thrush are all too common for many women, but why are we so ashamed of it? Continue reading Unspoken illnesses that plague women
With the cancellation of the Royal Adelaide Show due to COVID-19, one showbag company is making sure people can still have their Bertie Beetle experience this year. Continue reading Forget The Beatles. Bertie Beetle is the biggest beetle to have a place in Australian hearts
In recognition of ‘National Second-Hand Wardrobe’ day, we took a look at the best sustainable and affordable op-shops and vintage stores around Adelaide. Continue reading From one home to another: The top five second-hand and vintage shops in and around Adelaide.
Since COVID-19 became a full-blown pandemic, it’s no secret many industries are facing major financial challenges. The uncertain future of the media landscape has forced the closure of some of Australia’s most iconic magazines. Continue reading The not-so-glossy future of magazines: Bauer Media have axed eight iconic Australian magazines
Is Amazon playing fair with local business? Continue reading Amazon domination: Monopolisation or clever strategy?
nternships, travel, connections, and taking advantage of each opportunity can help students make the most of their university degrees. Continue reading Ps might get degrees, but you should still make the most of university
The essential oil business market continues to boom as people seek to reduce chemicals in their beauty products and homes. Continue reading The rise of essential oils and low tox living: more than a fad?
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have ruffled a lot of feathers with the release of ‘WAP’, but where is the outrage when men release music with the same content? Continue reading WAP outrage exemplifies gendered double standards in music
Josh and Jaydn Mason set themselves the task of running five marathons between them in five days, to raise awareness of for Multiple Sclerosis. Continue reading Five marathons in five days
With one foot already in the coffin, the current climate has only accelerated the inevitable for the journalism industry Continue reading Journalism in ruin: the downward slide to the death of democracy