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I recently visited Fiona of Greenhouse Therapy in the heart of Brisbane’s Annerley Junction. When I left, I felt like a new woman. As I walked down the stairs to meet Fiona, I remembered my last massage in nervous anticipation, an experience that almost made me swear off massage therapy entirely. It took a week …

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Queensland’s first ever LGBTI aged care residence, Arcare Parkwood, will open its doors to community elders next month. Aged care provider Arcare’s new five-star residence at Parkwood in the Gold Coast hinterland will provide 90 suites for LGBTI elders. Arcare Parkwood will provide a mix of both permanent and dementia care. Facilities also include a …

Teach students about sexual harassment and wage theft Student

One of the country’s leading industrial relations experts recently called for schools to teach teenagers about their workplace rights before they enter the workforce. The lessons should include how to deal with wage theft, discrimination and sexual harassment. Miles Heffernan, Litigation Director at Industrial Relations Claims, said it is currently too easy for dodgy employers …

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Magnum has copped backlash for an ad that seemingly compares the “guilty pleasure” of eating their products to gay people being jailed. The ad, which appeared on Spotify in the UK, features a voiceover from a man who can’t hug his partner for fear of prison time. He tells listeners: “A hug for my boyfriend. …

Lawrence Gibbons Saves Star Observer

Lawrence Gibbons, the publisher of Sydney’s City Hub newspaper, announced last night the acquisition of the Star Observer. His new company Out Publications will now publish the Sydney based LGBTIQ newspaper. The Star Observer will now move into the City Hub offices with both publications managed by Lawrence Gibbons as Group Editor. Due to celebrate …

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One of the biggest fears of people living with HIV is having to disclose their status to their employer, risking possible discrimination. The good news is that in most professions, you are not legally required to tell an employer, or prospective employer, that you are HIV positive with only a few exceptions, the main one …

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Pride Business Network proudly presents Neale Harris from NASH Accounting & Taxation NASH Accounting & Taxation have been operating in the Brisbane area for the last 17 years. Pride Business Network The business is operating from Bowen Hills and Fortitude Valley prior to this. Neale Harris, the principal of NASH said, “Our core business strategy …

joshua hart brisbane wedding celebrant

“Your wedding day is one of the most memorable days of your life,” says Brisbane marriage celebrant Joshua Hart. “As your celebrant, I will ensure that your ceremony reflects the couple you are. “Whether it be a small, intimate ceremony or a larger, formal ceremony, I will work with you to design this day, your way.” As a …

Nundah suzuki's Jimny all terrain SUV

QN Magazine took cover model Daniel Pasquali out to Nundah Suzuki to check out the Suzuki Jimny — designed to go from motorways to mountain ranges, the all new Jimny goes anywhere and everywhere, places only Jimny can. With all the small SUV off-road pretenders on the market, the Suzuki is a stand-out with proven …

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Scratching your chin wondering how to stop your beard itching? It’s a common problem when trying to grow longer, fuller facial hair. Australian Skin Clinics shares five easy-to-follow steps to soothe your itchy beard. Wash your beard On a daily basis your beard collects dust, dead skin cells and even stray crumbs from lunch, so …

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