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Miranda Tapsell’s inspiring speech calls for racial diversity on our screens

Last night at the 2015 Logie Awards, a proud new Indigenous voice was raised calling for ‘more beautiful women of colour’ to grace our screens, inspiring a standing ovation.

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Driving you home: Delhi’s first female bus driver starts work.

In a landmark decision by Delhi Transport Corporation, Delhi has seen their first female bus driver take the wheels.

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Rita Wilson shares breast cancer diagnosis to encourage women on getting a second opinion

Actress Rita Wilson hopes talking about her breast cancer diagnosis will encourage others to get a second opinion.

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Asher Keddie – A star on the rise

Take a look at this exclusive gallery of images of one of our favourite Australian cover stars actress Asher Keddie.

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Amal Clooney to teach a subject at Colombia Law School

Amal Clooney to teach a human rights subject at Colombia Law

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Looking back on the life and times of Australian author Colleen McCullough

As news of literary giant Colleen McCullough’s passing made headlines, we talked to the last artist to have captured the Australian author on canvas.

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Reese is the word

A Hollywood powerhouse in her own right, Reese Witherspoon balances a career both acting in and producing films along with a busy family life.

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Exclusive Jane Fonda: Fearless and Fabulous

Fitness guru, style icon and academy-Award winning actress, Jane Fonda, 76, tells us how to stay active as we age.

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#ADifferentBrilliant campaign shatters autism stereotypes

Autism Spectrum Australia has released their ‘Different Brilliant’ campaign which aims to bring greater understanding of individuals with autism.

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Are politics in Angelina Jolie’s future?

Academy award winning actress Angelina Jolie is open to pursuing a life in politics, diplomacy or public service.

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Interview: Arianna Huffington

Media mogul and author Arianna Huffington explains why we need to disconnect from technology to recharge our lives.

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Interview: Mira Sorvino

You may remember her from Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion but Mira Sorvino has come a long way since then.

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Liv Tyler’s charity work

We take a look at how this month’s cover-star, actress Liv Tyler is using her fame to help others through her charity work.

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My Story: Jasmin Biddell, Mercy Ships

Nurse Jasmin Biddell’s talks to us about her experience working with floating hospital, Mercy Ships, in Africa.

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Prince Harry wins small hearts at 2014 WellChild Awards

Britain’s Prince Harry is winning hearts again, this time at the 10th annual WellChild Awards in London. 

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Emma Watson, feminism’s latest ambassador

Actress Emma Watson is calling on women and men alike to reclaim ‘feminism’ for the good of all.

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Interview: Jemaine Clement

New Zealand comedian, actor and musician Jemaine Clement’s latest movie sucks – literally.

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Alarm clock and coffee machine in one

This clever alarm clock provides a wonderful (and delicious) start to the day.

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Zack Francom sells lemonade to buy wheelchairs for the disabled

11-year-old Zack Francom is using funds from his lemonade stand to buy wheelchairs for those most in need.

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Young boy donates his organs, fulfilling desire “to be a great kid”

Doctors bow to the body of an 11 year-old boy who makes the ultimate selfless decision

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MiNDFOOD INTERVIEW: Sir Anthony Hopkins

Continued from an interview in our September 2014 issue… In making Noah, what did you learn about the story? Nothing! […]

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Emily McDowell makes a living out of the awkward

L.A. based artist Emily McDowell has made a business out of life’s awkward situations.

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Interview: Anne Mossop, Festival of Dangerous Ideas

Oscar Wilde said an idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea. For Ann Mossop of the Festival of Dangerous Ideas, this couldn’t be more true.

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Obamas want daughters to work minimum-wage jobs

Trivia: which minimum wage jobs did US President Barack Obama work before completing his law degree?

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