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Renee Olsson

Switch coffee for hot chocolate and winter for summer, and that’s Renee. When she’s not glued to the cinema screen, she’s arguing with her fictional characters (it’s a love-hate relationship).

Renee studied Creative and Professional Writing and Journalism at QUT and is passionate about inciting positive change through the written word.

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11 Mar 2019 15:59

6 top ways to hack your credit card rewards

Discover the top credit card reward hacks to get the most out of your budget. You could earn air miles, cash back, or discounts from your everyday spending!

14 Nov 2018 05:00

My Health Record: Are you opting out?

We’ve broken down what you should know about the Australian Government’s My Health Record, including its argued pros, cons & potential security issues, so you can make an informed decision on whether you’ll opt in or out by 15 October 2018. Read more.

31 Oct 2018 16:22

Lab-grown meat: would you eat a slaughter-free steak?

Would you dare eat a lab-grown steak? Lab-grown beef, poultry & seafood are coming to plates soon. Compare the Market breaks down how technicians are growing this petri-dish, slaughter-free alternative to farmed animals, as well as its argued health & environmental benefits. Read more.

3 Oct 2018 08:10

How to comfort your pet this storm season

Discover how you can comfort your pet and deal with their storm anxiety during bad weather. From pet swaddling and desensitisation to distraction and cozy nooks, these tips and tricks can help keep your best friend calm and reassured during storm season.

26 Sep 2018 13:07

“Fake” honey: a timely reminder to check organic purchases

Compare the Market reveals how you could be spending your money on grocery items that aren't always what they seem. Recent "fake" honey allegations serve as a timely reminder to check your organic purchases. Read more.

24 Sep 2018 10:44

Aussies hoarding medicine fuel human and environmental health concerns

Studies have revealed many Aussies are stockpiling expired and unused medication, and are also discarding their medication in the bin or down the drain - something that can have serious repercussions for our health and the environment. Compare the Market breaks down the findings here.

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