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by   WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 Three quarters of Australians say their ideal work environment is a mix of remote and in-person working, according to a new study. Another 16 per cent say they’d prefer a wholly virtual workplace where they can contribute […]

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by   TUESDAY, MARCH 23 Prime Minister Scott Morrison has broken down in tears describing his wife, mother and daughters as “the centre of his life” as he described the “crap” women have put up with all their lives. In an emotional […]

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by   MONDAY, MARCH 22 As wild weather continues to savage NSW forcing thousands of people to flee  their homes amid widespread flooding, the state’s Emergency Services Minister David Elliott today said the Australian Defence Force was being called in to help.   […]

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by FRIDAY, MARCH 19   The captain of an elite Brisbane school has delivered a chilling and impassioned speech on sexual violence, imploring his classmates to “stop being boys, be human”. Brisbane Boys’ College (BBC) student Mason Black addressed the scourge of […]

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by   THURSDAY, MARCH 18 There are warnings that Sydney could flood this weekend as a huge rain event batters large parts of eastern Australia. Already, some communities have seen their wettest March for two years and forecasters have warned that “many […]

SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

by Other People’s Houses – Kelli Hawkins The perfect house. The perfect family. Too good to be true. Kate Webb still grieves over the loss of her young son. Ten years on, she spends her weekends hungover, attending open houses on Sydney’s […]

Robert Brownhall’s 2021 Exhibition

by   Leading Australian artist Robert Brownhall’s visual diary is the basis of his next exhibition at Philip Bacon Galleries in March 2021. The paintings he has produced trace his observations of the ordinary that has characterised the duress of the 2020 […]

Alliance Francaise French Film Festival

by   Alliance Francaise French Film Festival (AFFFF)  is my favourite and I was thrilled to be asked to view a few movies on Vimeo from their vast collection. They never cease to disappoint with their diversity and cross cultural story lines. […]

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by   WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 Australia will send 8,000 doses of its COVID-19 vaccine supply to Papua New Guinea, in response to a worsening outbreak of the virus in the country. Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed this today as he described the […]

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by   TUESDAY MARCH 16 Organisers of the Toowoomba Women’s March4 Justice say people in the traditionally conservative area are coming together demanding change. A tradie has been booted off a southern Queensland construction site after yelling abuse and catcalling women involved […]

Young People Are Hungry For Good Sex Education

by   THE CONVERSATION By Shelly Makleff, Research Fellow, Global and Women’s Health, Monash University   More than 30,000 people have signed a petition, launched by ex-Sydney school girl Chanel Contos, demanding for consent to be at the forefront of sexual education […]

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by   MONDAY, MARCH 15 Attorney General Christian Porter has launched a defamation action against the ABC and journalist Louise Milligan, confirming he will go under oath to deny an historical rape allegation they aired. The legal move came as allegations surfaced […]

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by FRIDAY, MARCH 12 Scott Morrison says Australian health authorities have not raised any concerns about using the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, after some European countries paused their rollouts amid reports of people developing blood clots after their injections. The Prime Minister, who […]

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by   THURSDAY, MARCH 11 The federal government will halve the price of nearly 800,000 airline tickets as part of a $1.2 billion package aimed at getting more Australians to spend big on domestic holidays. The move is designed to prop up […]

#SheWatches Girls Can’t Surf

by   So it was said Girls Can’t Surf and this wonderful somewhat frustrating historical documentary, gives you hope. It is a downright reminder of how long it can take to be included, treated as an equal, recognised, respected, and paid for […]

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