interviews

Two girls and a brewery

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Jayne Lewis and Danielle Allen have known each other for a long time but it was a trip to the West Coast, US in 2010 that made them realise their love of beer. The trip planted the seed to own a brewing company and six months later, Two Birds Brewing was…

An interview with Candice Fox

An interview with Candice Fox

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The brilliant crime novelist, Candice Fox, took time out from her busy schedule to have a chat with us about being an author, working with James Patterson and dealing with rejection letters. Her first novel, Hades, won the Ned Kelly award for best debut novel in 2014. Her latest novel, Crimson Lake,…

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5 food rules for a happier, healthier you

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We love interviewing fabulous women. And in today’s Q&A we are chatting to two: Emma Ellice Flint and Jill Keyte, authors of The Happy Hormone Cookbook. Emma and Jill adopt a fabulously holistic approach to wellness. As well as eating right, they stress the importance of daily exercise, taking time out for yourself, and…

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Gemma O’Brien & her career in typography

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The lovely Gemma O’Brien has been chatting to us about her fascinating career in typography. Gemma is an Australian artist and designer, specialising in lettering, illustration and typography. She splits her time between advertising commissions, gallery shows, speaking engagements and hosting consumer facing workshops around the world. Here Gemma chats to…

Tiny houses down under

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The Tiny House movement has been quietly spreading around the country. Although they have different sizes, different layouts and made from different materials, they all have one thing in common – they are, well, tiny. Tiny Houses make use of every possible space in the house. They are practical and…

Why are there so few women in IT?

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There are fewer and fewer women entering the Information, Communication and Technology industry. It’s a problem that’s been going on for years and years and still continues to this day. Here Catriona Walkerden, marketing lead at Females in IT and Telecommunications (FITT) Management Committee, talks about the reasons behind this issue…