Insecurities stripped bare through art

ERIN SEMMLER Jesse Donoghue opens the door to a room filled with more than 50 artists. She walks up to the platform, drops her robe and holds her pose.  This is the first time Jesse has life modelled. She had recently separated from her abusive … [Read more...]

Explore the Gold Coast from the water

JASMINE ROLFE The 2018 Commonwealth Games is expected to bring more than 100,000 visitors to the Gold Coast and what better way to explore our sunny shores than from the water. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is riding a wave of popularity … [Read more...]

Elizabeth Andal

Elizabeth Andal is a journalist with a passion for health, psychology, nutrition and the food industry. She blogs with Lifehack, exploring a broad range of topics such as lifestyle, science and the environment. Twitter: @Elizabeth_Andal. … [Read more...]

Bridge brings battle to the islands

RANUI HARMER When you think of island living you think of an idyllic, peaceful lifestyle away from the hustle of Australia’s mainland; this is known as the 'Island Dream'. The reality of that lifestyle however is expensive travel, limited … [Read more...]

Writers Festival reaches final chapter

TESS BROOKS The Brisbane Writer’s Festival (BWF) wrapped up on Monday after a week of events and talks by a talented collection of authors and illustrators. BWF director and CEO Kate Eltham said the festival kicked off last Wednesday with 'Word … [Read more...]

Red Deer brings unique twist to Brisbane’s festival scene

VIKTORIA BALANZATEGUI   The sleepy community of Mt Samson got a shake up over the weekend with music and arts festival Red Deer bringing hundreds of people out to the D’Aguilar Range in Queensland. Featuring popular acts The Grates, … [Read more...]