Denise Drysdale makes it impossible to keep a straight face. The iconic entertainer, who’s channelled her madcap, bone dry brand of humour through our TV screens for the last five decades is against the scourge of seriousness that’s engulfing the country – reminding us we all need to muck around a little more.
Libbi Gorr is one of Australia’s most iconic broadcasters. Working across radio and television she is widely known for the creation of the 90’s it-girl and football tragic, Elle McFeast, and has been at the forefront of Australia political and social commentary ever since. Casey Rafferty caught up with Libbi recently to chat balance, ‘leaning-in’ and the Gen-X sandwich.
June Norman was a good girl who always did what she was told. But all that changed when she hit her 60s. Now the 76-year-old great-grandmother is a convicted criminal who is using her age as a weapon to influence environmental and social change, Selise McLaggan writes.
How was a stay at home mother with no formal business training and not a lot of cash able to start one of Australia’s most successful private companies? According to Fernwood Fitness Founder and refreshingly humble entrepreneur Diana Williams, it was just good, old fashioned hard work. From modest beginnings in a Bendigo schoolroom nearly 30 years ago, she would turn her first female-only health club into a nationwide enterprise of some 68 clubs, with over 2,000 employees.
Reconciling the past and healing the future. Aboriginal Australian soprano, actor, composer and playwright Deborah Cheetham AO believes that if Australia is curious enough it can embark on the journey of who it is.
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