Networking Success

Roseanne Woodmansee is from Sydney and accompanied her husband to Singapore in 2005 when he was recruited by Krafts Foods. Before she moved here she was a licensed real estate agent in New South Wales...

Netball – From Strength to Strength

  In the past seven years, the amount of girls playing has increased from 60 to 350 (see Note below). All that growth is fantastic for the league, but is a big jump in the...

Protecting Your Children in Singapore through Immunization

Before children start school in Singapore, it is important to ensure immunizations are up-to-date. Children are exposed to a range of potentially dangerous diseases due to the large number of people they come into...

Q&A with Dr Susan Lane, Asian Regional Manager, Ego Pharmaceuticals Pty Ltd

    Ego is a proudly Australian-owned company; can you tell us a bit about its presence in the Asian region? Ego has had a presence in Asia for almost 40 years, partnering with family owned companies...

Creating a Stylish Home in a Rental – Lighting, Curtains and Floors

Home Stylist Karin Rysgaard and Owner of Cocoon Styling gives her tips for creating a sanctuary in a rented property regardless of how long you intend to stay. When you are moving into a rental...

10 Minutes with…Maya Nold, Artist and Singapore-based docent at the Asian Civilisations Museum

  Why did you become a volunteer museum guide in Singapore?I moved to Singapore only 18 months ago with my husband and two small daughters. My sister, a curator in London for 1:54 Contemporary African...

Calling all brave girls

The 1st ANZA Scouts is looking for girls to join in the adventure, Rachel Landau says.   Scouts (age 10 to 14) Scouts Australia has always been open to girls and boys, for many years 1st ANZA...

Teeth Clenching and Grinding: A Modern Condition?

Modern life can be tough! Even with the great technological innovations we have at our disposal, life still becomes overwhelming. People clench and grind in response to stress.  We experience stress in our lives...

The Power of Sports in Developing Children

Sports is an important part of a child’s educational journey and development as it fosters transferable characteristics that are applicable to everyday life as well as building character along the way. In their quest...

Expat Separation and De Facto Relationships

Am I in a "de facto" relationship and why does it matter? If you are an expat who is not married, but in a serious relationship, you may be surprised to hear that under Australian...