Tara Moss
Canadian-Australian writer
Tara Moss
Tara Moss is a bestselling Canadian-Australian author, television presenter, journalist and former model. Her bestselling novels have been published in the UK, USA, Canada, Japan, Russia, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, France, Romania, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Czech Republic, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand.
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The Very Thick Line Between Raising Concerns And Denialism
Discover Magazine - over 3 years
Recently, Kara Moses asked Guardian readers: "Should we wait for conclusive scientific studies before becoming concerned about an issue?" Her personal answer was no; that special interest groups should perform and publicize their own findings. "I believe they should be given a voice," she concluded, "not dismissed out of hand for lacking the scientific rigour demanded by professional scientists." Quick to support her was Treehugger writer Chris Tackett. "The point here is that scientific
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Peter D. Rosenstein: Katherine Graham Must Be Turning Over in Her Grave
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
I can only imagine that Katherine Graham is turning over in her grave at what the Washington Post is becoming. It is the same thought I had many years ago when thinking about Dorothy Schiff and what happened to her beloved New York Post. For many years the Washington Post was a reliably progressive paper responsive to its reader's interests. Washington, D.C. and its Virginia and Maryland suburbs is still one of the most progressive regions in the nation. However the Post today is no longer that paper. A few weeks ago the Post parted with its longstanding tradition of having an ombudsman. When Patrick Pexton's contract was up they announced that they would no longer hire an ombudsman in order to save money. It was a sad day for a once proud paper. Then in quick succession the Post editorial board published two editorials symptomatic of what they have become. The first was an endorsement in a local D.C. Council-at-large race more than a month before the election. Now that ...
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RPT-From lawyer to femme fatale in Australian exhibition
Reuters.com - about 4 years
SYDNEY, Feb 15 (Reuters) - A buxom woman in a low-cut red dress brandishes a pistol, her finger poised to pull the trigger, but a closer look at the painting reveals the woman is model-turned-novelist Tara Moss.
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Elizabeth Lhuede: Championing Australian Women Writers
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Last year when I went hunting for books by Australian women at my local library in the World Heritage area of Katoomba in the Blue Mountains, I couldn't find any. The librarians weren't much help. They said, "Look for the kangaroo on the spine." I asked friends. Like me, they'd heard of Geraldine Brooks (who lives in the US), Kate Grenville (who won the Orange Prize), and multi-award-winning author Helen Garner. Familiar, too, were names like Shirley Hazzard, Janette Turner Hospital and Kathy Lette (all non-Australian residents). But what about women living and writing in Australia - women of my own (younger) generation? Their books weren't being reviewed in Australian literary magazines. Turns out, I wasn't alone in thinking books by Australian women weren't getting the attention they deserve. A panel were working hard to combat the problem, setting up Australia's newest, women only, literary prize, The Stella Prize. Entries have now closed for the inaugural Stella ...
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Proactive parents and teachers can help keep kids safe online
My Eagle News - over 4 years
(ARA) - Most kids associate October with the scares related to the traditional Halloween standbys – ghosts, witches and zombies. But, the month also marks National Cyber Security Awareness month, call
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What you need to know about idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a fatal lung disease
Bolivar Mo News - over 4 years
(ARA) - Most people age 50 or older might not be concerned if they experience shortness of breath from walking or doing everyday activities. They may believe this is happening because they are out of
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Beyond the basics: 5 must-haves to freshen your wardrobe
My Eagle News - over 4 years
(ARA) - Most women agree that style is an important tool for succeeding at work, at home and in life. But for many women, getting dressed in the morning can prove a frustrating process. Even with the
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Beat the interview jitters
My Eagle News - over 4 years
(ARA) - Most of us have been there, nervously anticipating an upcoming job interview. When we're nervous, our body language tends to give us away. Signs take many forms. We may stammer, clench our fis
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Let's talk: women opening up about menopause find community and empowerment
My Eagle News - over 4 years
(ARA) - Most women remember having "the talk" with their mother. In that crucial time just before puberty, moms provide guidance and wisdom about the changes our bodies go through. But later in life,
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Start enjoying your deck after one day's work
My Eagle News - over 4 years
(ARA) - Most deck owners know that one of the keys to keeping their decks looking good is staining it every few years. However, while deck staining is a process that most homeowners are capable of doing themselves, finding the time to do it can be difficult. With the right approach and the right products, you can get everything done in just one day and spend the rest of the year enjoying your newly stained deck. By perfecting your process, you can take staining from something that you dread to a simple one-day process. Here's a step-by-step guide to getting your deck looking good in a day: * First, choose the look you want to project on your deck. Do you want a clear, semi-transparent or solid finish? Do some research to see which type of wood stain would look best on your deck. Clear finish generally looks better on newer wood, while a solid finish might be used on older decks to hide imperfections. If you are looking for the solution that will allow you to accomplish your proje ...
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Tara Moss wants another stab at modelling
Byron Shire News - over 4 years
CRIME writer says of new challenge: "I'm 38 and I'm a mum. The last time I modelled professionally was 13 years ago."
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Don't compromise your family's fire safety
My Eagle News - almost 5 years
(ARA) - Most people have experienced the shriek of a smoke alarm when cooking a meal or stepping out of a steamy shower, when there is no hazard present. The instant reaction is to find a way to silen
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Women: Life-changing tips for better health and energy
My Eagle News - almost 5 years
(ARA) - Moms, career women, singles enjoying life with close friends and family, and even women approaching their retirement years - women at every life stage can benefit from adding simple activities
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