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Australian fashion brands called out in Oxfam’s 2021 ‘Naughty or Nice’ list

Human rights organisation Oxfam has called on major fashion brands including Myer and Lorna Jane to be more transparent about their manufacturing practices. On Thursday, the non-profit organisation released its annual Naughty or Nice list ahead of Black Friday sales. Brands who made the nice list are those that have taken steps towards ensuring that […]

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In the news this week: It’s Taylor Swift’s world and we are just living in it

Last Friday Taylor Swift released her much anticipated re-release of RED, accompanied by a short film for ‘All Too Well’ as well as a new video clip for ‘I Bet You Think About Me’ Swift has been on a mini promotional tour with two interviews on late night shows and an SNL performance of her […]

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In the news this week: A PR Nightmare – The Astroworld Disaster

American rapper, Travis Scott, has seen tragedy unfold following his annual Astroworld festival last week, with reports of 9 lives lost and hundreds left injured. The rapper reportedly has a history of charges being placed against him for instigating violence and raging behaviour at his shows. Lack of security, over-crowding and lack of communication between […]

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Why Australian politicians from the Prime Minister to Premiers love Bunnings

It’s no secret Aussies love Bunnings – and it seems our politicians are just as infatuated with the DIY mecca, for one cunning reason. Earlier this month, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk grabbed a Bunnings snag while chatting to shoppers at the hardware giant as part of her state’s vaccination campaign. Last week, WA Premier Mark […]

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Detail in Cleo Smith’s rescue fallout that left Australia feeling uneasy

At the centre of arguably one of the biggest missing person investigations in recent history is innocent four-year-old Cleo Smith – a little girl who loves make-up and collecting rocks. She had been sleeping in a tent with her family when she was allegedly stolen and kept by a stranger for 18 days, with no […]

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In The News This Week: Sam Frost’s Vax drama continues

Media personality Sam Frost has announced via Instagram this week that she will be fully vaccinated by mid-to-late February. This comes after Frost received significant backlash after revealing on Instagram she was unvaccinated, feeling there was “a lot of segregation” and “harsh judgement” directed towards those who wished not to be vaccinated. Frost is a […]

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EXPERT COMMENT: Facebook’s rebrand to Meta could be doomed to fail

Facebook has been plagued by seemingly endless scandals – and experts believe the company’s major rebranding announcement could end up being yet another fail for the social media juggernaut. On Friday morning, Facebook announced at its annual Connect conference that it would be changing its company name to Meta. “Right now, our brand is so […]

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Fashionable cut-out dresses violate The Everest’s dress code

For the 10,000 lucky racegoers heading to Royal Randwick for The Everest on Saturday, it will be the first time they have had to make a decision on what to wear in three months — but some have been warned that not anything goes. Daring cut-out dresses may be all the rage on the catwalks […]

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Expert comment: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian resigns over ICAC investigation

At a press conference on August 10, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian was characteristically resolute. The daily Covid-19 update had been thrown off course with legitimate questions by ABC reporter Paul Farrell who wanted answers about the scandal that today forced her resignation. He asked her once about her alleged involvement in a $5.5 million grant […]

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