Too much social media can have negative effects on teens. SBS Brisbane Correspondent Katharina Loesche and online engagement expert Sarah Smart explore some of the potential negative side effects of the internet.
Founded in 1986, the group now consists of more than 750 crime writers from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. We hear from two of them, Sandra Luepkes and Kerstin Puettjer. Sandra has already published 15 books and Kerstin 3, both also write...
Sydneysiders love their outdoor lifestyle. Where do you leave your purse when you are surfing or swimming? Now you can leave it at home. The coffee or the cool drink will be paid in the future by ring.
To be different is in most cases not easy, especially for children. It is important to them to identify themselves with other children. What it means to be different and how you can cope are the two topics of the two wonderful books we are reading...
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How do a ping-pong table, a head and a ball go together? Obviously in a new sport.
The concept is head tennis, or Headis, as dubbed by inventor René Wegner. It involves squatting, hands planted on the table, and using the head to whip, spin and slam the ball back and forth across the net.
Join me, it was a big night out, seeing Richard Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde". I was lucky to be in good company of true connoisseurs of the German composer helping me sitting through and appreciating the world's most difficult opera.
The connoisseurs: Oliver Heuthe, Hans Henkell, Michael Flemming and Greg Hocking
The production: Tristan and Isolde, by Richard Wagner
The venue: Robert Blackwood Hall, Monash University, Clayton
The production company: Melbourne Opera
In today's market, social media is a highly effective way to grow your business, attract new clients and create raving fans. Unfortunately a lot of small businesses are not using social media very well
One of the biggest weekends on the Canberra calendar, The National Multicultural Festival, is on this weekend.
For the 22nd time, this colourful event will bring one of Australia’s most diverse celebrations to the heart of the national capital.
The National Multicultural Festival is all about free family-friendly fun .
Among the highlights are an excit...