Classes are soon to be back in session. For most college students — I'm one of them — moving into dorms and new apartments can mean spending (crazy amounts of) time and money on boring essentials that usually come in the same three colors. Time to shake things up! Amazon has tons of back-to-school deals that are not only efficient but, more importantly, super cute. Bring some life and fun to your home away from home with my favorite college supplies — all with a massive price slash just for you.
This spacious shower caddy comes with a suction cup that can be stuck onto your bathroom wall. Use the basket for shampoo, shower gel, cosmetics, hair conditioner, hand soap and more. (Don't forget the on-page coupon.)
Who knows what yuckiness is living on that dorm-room-shower floor? These comfortable, adorable shower slippers mean you'll never have to find out. The thick, cushy sole provides lots of support, too. Choose from 22 colors!
Closet space is limited in any dorm. so I rely on these to help keep all my outfits organized without taking up too much space. It has 9 holes to make apparel ventilated without crowding and can be rotated a full 360 degrees.
Get ready in minutes with this vanity, which goes up 2, 3 and 10x the magnification. There's an LED light and you can adjust the settings as you wish. There's also a built-in small platter to keep my everyday go-to products within reach.
Real plants can take a lot of work — and between classes and extracurriculars, time is at a premium. These faux succulents are a great hack for adding pops of green, no watering needed. They're the perfect size for a windowsill.
This laptop knapsack has it all. Not only is it stylish and comfortable, it contains an external USB port with a built-in charging cable that allows for a more convenient way to juice up your phone. There's also a luggage strap for when it's time to jet off for spring break.
Have you ever seen a charger so chic? Just as handy on the go as it is at home, you'll be able to juice up your phone and laptop even when there's no socket in sight. An on-page coupon makes it yours for just $22.
South Australia's union movement has called for more funding for safety inspectors to cut the number of workplace injuries.SA Unions also want the state government to bring forward new industrial manslaughter legislation and push ahead with a review of SafeWork SA, the safety regulator.
Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has testified in a prison courtroom in the capital for the first time in her official secrets case, a legal official said.Suu Kyi, who has been detained since the military ousted her government last year, is being tried in Naypyitaw with Australian economist Sean Turnell and three former Cabinet members on the same charge, which is punishable by up to 14 years in prison.
Having sustainability front of mind may be part of the new normal many Australians are living following the onset of the pandemic, research shows.The lockdowns that confined millions of people to their homes and close communities caused many to make more considered day-to-day choices, the University of Queensland research suggests.
Jacinda Ardern has been accused of a cover-up by suspended Labour MP Gaurav Sharma in an explosive interview likely to cause more pain for the first-term parliamentarian.Dr Sharma now faces party expulsion next week, with the prime minister's office confirming the caucus would re-visit his partyroom membership at its next meeting.
Growing Australia's electric vehicle market and improving fuel efficiency standards will be the focus of a new strategy announced by the federal government.State and territory leaders are being invited to participate in the development of Australia's first national electric vehicle strategy which aims to increase uptake, and reduce costs.
UnsplashAs the cut-off for the government’s consultation on a National Cultural Policy (NCP) approaches, thousands in the sector are putting the finishing touches to their three-page submissions. These are directed around “five pillars” drawn from Creative Australia, the national cultural policy announced in the last months of the Gillard regime, but ignored by the Abbott, Turnbull and Morrison governments thereafter. Coalition arts ministers showed little interest in cultural policy. Over the l
As New Zealand's COVID-19 case and hospitalisation numbers retreat, health officials will provide fresh advice to government this month on lifting restrictions.However, there is still no timeline on expanding vaccination for Kiwis eager to get a second booster.
Development checks on young children will be expanded across South Australia with the launch of two pilot programs.The programs will boost screening of children up to the age of five, with key checks at 12 and 18 months, as well as at two, three and four years old.
It was immediately clear to a midwife that Annie O'Brien had more than gastro when the pregnant mum was rushed from one Melbourne hospital to another.The lawyer and mother-of-one had taken herself to Holmesglen Private Hospital's emergency department with severe gastro symptoms on August 14, 2017.
Infrastructure and technology improvements and more driver training and education will be considered in a meeting of key stakeholders to improve safety on Adelaide's South Eastern Freeway.Next week's meeting comes after a shocking incident last month when an out-of-control truck smashed into multiple cars at an intersection at the base of the roadway, injuring nine people.
The Western Australian government admits it failed to meaningfully implement school attendance plans recommended following child suicides in the state's north.Education Minister Sue Ellery has apologised after an inquiry found serious deficiencies in the planning, implementation and oversight of the plans for students in Halls Creek who were identified as being at severe attendance risk.
There was no great conspiracy in two accused Black Lives Matter protest organisers incorrectly being told charges against them were being dropped, a magistrate has heard.Meriki Onus and Crystal McKinnon are accused of breaching the Chief Health Officer's COVID-19 directions by arranging the protest in June 2020.