The art of improving our body image

Here’s the thing. 86 per cent of Australian women say they will cancel plans, job interviews or other engagements because they’re aren’t happy with the way they look. A global study for a well-known body care product interviewed more than … Continue reading


I’m just coming down from the high of witnessing today’s NAB AFLW official season launch. Watching business woman Susan Alberti grace the stage with eight fine athletes and a shiny women’s premiership cup is something I doubt I’ll ever forget. Love the game … Continue reading

Mal Walden: women who impacted my journey

Interview with Mal Walden

As the longest-serving news man on Australian television Mal Walden has met some incredible women including Princess Diana. Lucky for us, he kept a diary. Mal’s 53 diaries have now been shaped into a fascinating memoir, The News Man. I caught up with him and couldn’t wait to … Continue reading

What's Rachel Griffiths doing with these scissors?

  Academy award nominee Rachel Griffiths’ scissor game is getting strong. Just ask Australian Hairdresser of the year Joey Scandizzo. The duo clearly hamming it up to promote Hagar Australia’s upcoming Style for Life Day on July 31st. Hairdressers across Australia have generously donated … Continue reading

Celebrating love in Santorini

As far as chic destination weddings go, it doesn’t get much better than this.   Guests from all corners of the globe flew to beautiful Santorini, to witness the MD of Hugo Boss, Matthew Keighran and his partner of many years, … Continue reading


WHO? Engaging Women. A striking blue moon guided 180 generous folk to Melbourne’s Lido cinema last Friday night, for our White Ribbon charity night in. The energy was nothing short of phenomenal. Best Part? Engaging Women’s community raises money for charity… WIth less than seven days notice loyal … Continue reading


WHO: Engaging Women CAUSE: Fair Agenda MOVIE: Suffragette GUESTS: Brilliant women and men of Melbourne. The Dalai Lama is onto something when he says, “The world will be saved by women.” Who would have thought we’d get a strong turnout for an advanced screening of … Continue reading

Finding a new normal

On night three of our Mother’s Day series we hear from journalist, presenter and freelance writer Kellie Curtain. She joins us from the desert: Abu Dhabi to be precise, where she’s living the expat life with her husband and four beautiful kids. Kellie explains how … Continue reading

The loss of my mother

In part two of our Mother’s Day series we hear from one of Australia’s most experienced journalists. Senior features writer at The Age Lawrence Money has written four books, won big awards, yet anyone who knows him is equally familiar with his love for two special … Continue reading