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Sophie Aubrey


Melbourne, FL, United States

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  • Herald Sun
  • The Courier-Mail
  • PerthNow
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Past articles by Sophie:

Australian parents are being warned to stop putting their infants in baby walkers.

Are baby walkers safe? SA Health and Kidsafe authorities issue warning about baby walkers and exercise jumpers to Australian parents. → Read More

Tilly noticed a small lump on her ring finger. She had no idea it could have killed her.

In early 2013, Tilly Gorce had just started Year 12 when she first noticed a lump on her left ring finger. It was only little; a small smudge of raised skin. And it didn’t ache. So she pushed it to the back of her mind while she focused on finishing school. The Perth student could not have predicted that almost two years later, her finger would need to be amputated after being diagnosed with a… → Read More

A woman took her 'emotional support squirrel' onto a flight. Things went... pear-shaped.

There are two things America has that Australia desperately needs. 1) Emotional support animals on planes 2) Squirrels Usually, these two things don’t go hand-in-hand. But one woman achieved the extraordinary. Almost. However let’s go back a step before we delve into this dramatic tale. In case you weren’t aware, in the US, emotional support animals (also known as ‘comfort animals’) are… → Read More

Osher Gunsberg was called by the wrong name on radio. His response was bloody brilliant.

Excuse us, it has just come to our attention that as the country got lost in the frenzy of The Bachelor finale last week, we missed a terribly unimportant but highly entertaining radio moment. But don’t worry. We’re here to rectify that. As the reality TV show was reaching its astonishing ending, The Bachelor presenter Osher Gunsberg appeared on Sydney radio channel The Edge 96.1FM to chat to… → Read More

The national emergency that was ignored last week.

Violence against women in Australia is a national emergency. Mums Gayle Potter, Kristie Powell and Dannyll Goodsell were killed in the first week of October → Read More

We have all the details you need about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Australian tour.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first Australia tour as a married couple starts October 16. We have the full itinerary so you know where to meet them. → Read More

Women were asked what they would do if men had a 9pm curfew. The result is heartbreaking.

A viral tweet asked women what they do if a 9pm curfew for men existed. The responses were both simple and powerful, and will leave you enraged. → Read More

‘This morning, I learned an alarming fact about Kylie Jenner’s diet.’

Kylie Jenner in 2018 is learning new things. She shared on Twitter a confession about her diet that has baffled her followers. → Read More

Why are women and children being killed at terrifying rates in Western Australia?

The Perth murder of 2 women and 3 children in Bedford is the third family violence mass murder in three months, after Margaret River and Ellenbrook. Why? → Read More

From discharge to body hair: A complete guide to 20 lesser-known pregnancy symptoms.

Pregnancy discharge, bleeding, heartburn and constipation are just some of the weird or lesser-known pregnancy symptoms. We guide you through them all. → Read More

The heartbreaking way sexual assault can destroy a woman's health, years down the track.

A Cervical Screening Test (formerly pap smear) in Australia can be frightening for sexual assault survivors. 72% avoid or don't get tested after an assault. → Read More

‘I broke up more than 20 times with the same man. Then one realisation ended it for good.’

The on and off relationship is so common, but also can cause severe distress. We have advice on when to break up with someone → Read More

This doctor was convicted of raping a sedated patient. Yet he won’t set foot in jail.

Texas doctor Dr Shafeeq Sheikh was sentenced to 10 years probation after raping a heavily sedated female patient in November 2013. This is very problematic → Read More

Eight women are dead and we need to be angry.

Samantha Fraser death: Eight women, including Karen Ristevski and Anne Rogers, have made Australian headlines in the past week for being killed. → Read More

17 women have shared how they truly feel about not having children.

Is it normal to not what children? We talk to 17 women about what it's truly like to be childfree or childless. Some by choice, some by circumstance. → Read More

The notes penned by an 18-year-old student that saved six lives.

18-year-old Paige Hunter was trying to find a way how to help people with depression after going through it herself. She's been awarded by police for it. → Read More

How a scathing, silent cafe interaction inspired the name of Hannah Gasby's 'Nanette'.

Comedian Hannah Gadsby explains the reason why Nanette is called Nanette. Her Netflix stand-up special has become a cultural phenomen → Read More

The extraordinary journey of a mother who drove 4000km across Australia to save her son.

WA mum Kel Wilkinson is showing how to help your child with drug addiction, after she travelled 4000km to Sydney to save her son. → Read More

Grieving man shares warning after a normal day at the beach leads to his dog’s death.

Wondering does saltwater make dogs sick? It can cause diarrhoea, vomiting, brain damage and even death. Chris Taylor warns after his dog died. → Read More

A fireman, an IT consultant, a doctor: The humble heroes leading the Thailand cave rescue.

As the Thailand cave rescue begins, Australian cave-diver Dr Richard Harris is in the team with Rick Stanton and John Volanthen. Their stories are amazing. → Read More