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Eliza Buglar

Because she likes reading, as well as watching endless amounts of films, Eliza majored in Creative Writing and Film and Television at QUT. She also likes music, but didn’t study that. When she’s not using her writing major at Compare the Market, you can catch her utilising that film major at every Marvel and Star Wars film that comes into cinema.

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7 May 2019 14:08

Winter holidays in Australia: Our top five destinations

With winter fast approaching, now's the time to decide where you'll head for your midyear holiday! We've compiled our top five winter holiday destinations in Australia for you to consider for your winter getaway.

16 Apr 2019 14:39

Top five expert tips for buying seafood at Easter

Seafood is a staple of the Easter feasts, so we want to make sure we get it right without blowing our budgets. We speak to a seafood expert to find out when to buy seafood for Easter, the best types of seafood, and more.

26 Mar 2019 16:06

How do road rules differ across Australia?

We know how road rules differ across the world, but what about across Australia? While most rules are pretty standard across the states and territories, there are some subtle differences that could catch interstate visitors unawares. Find out more about the different road rules across Australia with Compare the Market.

31 Jan 2019 17:19

Off the beaten track: the best travel destinations you’ve never thought of

Looking to escape the throng of fellow Australians heading to Bali and Melbourne every holiday season? Take a look through Compare the Market’s top picks of alternative international and Australian travel destinations to find the perfect place for your next holiday.

21 Jan 2019 10:42

Is our food really as healthy as we think it is?

The Health Star Rating system is undergoing its five-year review, and recommendations are already being made to adjust the system so it reflects the real health value of our food. So what foods do we think are healthy, but actually aren't?

4 Jan 2019 16:34

Swimming pool ownership is on the rise. What should you know about getting a pool?

A recent study has shown that swimming pool ownership is Australia has increased over the last four years. Now that summer has arrived, find out some of the important things you need to know about getting a pool.

22 Nov 2018 11:52

Are our bee populations in decline?

Bees play a vital role in our ecosystems which not only benefits the environment but humans too, so why are the bee populations declining? Learn more about what’s causing the decline, some potential outcomes, and what we can do to help.

2 Nov 2018 09:10

Flu season 2018: how has Australia fared?

Each and every year, winter brings the flu to Australians’ doorsteps. As we approach summer and this year’s flu season draws to a close, find out how the 2018 season compared to last year’s, what we did differently this time around, and how to help protect yourself and your family from flu next year.

2 Nov 2018 09:07

The problem with antibiotics

Antibiotics are used to treat many of our common infections and conditions, but their overuse is becoming a problem. Find out more about antibiotic resistance, its causes, and how we can all help to solve the problem.

2 Nov 2018 09:03

Is the Superannuation Gender Gap beginning to close?

Learn how the superannuation gender gap has changed over the last ten years, and how women’s accounts and balances have improved.

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