This weekend supporters rallied across the nation to protest cuts to the ABC and SBS. CORINNE GRANT was there and expresses the mood of the crowd.
In the annual YWCA survey, young women give the Abbott government a scathing report. They’re crying out for leadership says TRACEY SPICER.
This is a keepsake. A letter you’d keep for a lifetime. From Mr Drama Teacher to his “fine”, departing student.
His stance on climate change is being called baffling and eccentric by British conservatives. Tony Abbott might be thinking about getting on the front foot, but he’s got a long way to go.
It has long been assumed that women’s career progression stalls because of children, but could it be because of their husbands? ANTOINETTE LATTOUF looks at a breakthrough study from Harvard.
Sick of misogynistic songs dominating the airwaves? How about a song about doing the laundry. Love this new hit from MC Tracky-Dactyl.
Do you give idiots oxygen, or do you ignore them? Please, someone, give us one good reason why we should give a damn about what Mark Latham thinks.
The cuts to the ABC and SBS are another broken election promise – what are the chances of the lies being forgotten before the next election? JANE GILMORE writes.
Christmas Liberation. Noël! WENDY HARMER’S not home for Chrissy this year… time to rejoice… or cry?
If you kissed and didn’t post a selfie of it… did it really happen? WENDY HARMER asks the big question.
Time to check in with Team Straya. CORINNE GRANT has a femmo whinge. She’ll never make Foreign Minister!
Chuck all the pollies out until one of them pays attention to… something, anything. Democracy in this country is a joke, but CORINNE GRANT’s not laughing.
Australia’s most powerful woman telling the ladies to stop whingeing has prompted TRACEY SPICER to look at other disenfranchised groups who should “shut the f*ck up”.
Ebola! Terror! Crabzilla! There’s so much to be frightened of in this world. TRACEY SPICER has a very clear idea about what to be really scared of this Halloween.
The G20 ran like a dream. There were no unruly protests, no shirtfronting, just lots of promises, and warm fuzzy animals. But will it change anything? MONICA ATTARD has the wash up.
What can we expect from this week’s G20 meeting in Brisbane? Firepower, political power and… a flowery communiqué. MONICA ATTARD checks the agenda.
How much reality do our kids really need at playtime? A new doll with normal proportions – not Barbie proportions – is on the market, with optional flaws! Take a look.
So Karl Stevanovic wears a suit and…feminism? DAN ILIC asks: “Why the mass hysteria?” This is oppression.
Livestock is accountable for 14.5% of all man-made greenhouse gas emissions, but that’s no reason to vegetarian. Not when we’ve got crickets, says ALEXANDRA COULTON.
After coming out as a transgender woman and lesbian to her dad, it was like a locked door had been cast open within KATE DOAK’s life.
Christmas has been commercialised for decades, but ROGER JOYCE thinks cherry lip gloss in an Advent Calendar for “kids” (read: girls) is a step too far.
Ethical investing may not be as hard as you think. ANTOINETTE LATTOUF looks at the growing trend of divestment and the pros and cons of moving your super.
Ali Smith lost out to Richard Flanagan in the Man Booker, but she’s just nabbed two other awards. MEREDITH JAFFE has all the latest news and reviews.
The Barbara Jefferis Award has been taken out by Margo Lanagan and Fiona McFarlane this year in a joint win for women in writing. MEREDITH JAFFE has all the literary news and the latest reviews.
Style icon and businesswoman Linda Rodin speaks about going grey, rejecting fillers and starting a new business in her 50s. Talk about ageing gracefully.
All the moments from the show about nothing inserted into our very own parliament about nothing. Prepare for lols.
From Oprah’s six toes to Martin Short’s drinks with his dead wife and Taylor Swift’s love life, CRAIG BENNETT dishes the celebrity dirt like no one else.
They’re lazy, petrol sniffing, and using the past to their advantage. They’re white, racist, and ignorant. Put black and white Australia together (with Ray Martin) and you’ve got intense television.