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The Staffer Who Called Out News Corp's Climate Change Coverage In A Reply-All Email Doesn't Regret A Thing
"It should be against the law to deny climate change is happening," Emily Townsend said.
Australia Will Reopen Pools, Small Cafes, Pubs, Cinemas And Interstate Travel By July
Prime minister Scott Morrison has laid out a three-stage plan for reopening the country.
Women Wanting An Abortion Face Two Major Barriers In Australia. Now There's A Third: The Coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic is showing up the cracks in Australia's patchwork abortion access laws, under which women often have to travel long distances to undergo procedures.
Australia And New Zealand Are Talking About Creating A Travel Bubble
The plan is "some time away" but part of the road back from lockdown, Australian prime minister Scott Morrison said.
South Australia Is Waiting On One Man To Decide If Women Have To Travel For Medical Abortions In A Pandemic
The state's police commissioner has had weeks to make a small tweak so women don't need to travel to a hospital during a pandemic to take RU486. He hasn't.
If You’re About To Start Full-Time Work, The Coronavirus Will Leave You $35,000 Worse Off Over The Next Decade
The coronavirus will be worse than the Global Financial Crisis for young workers in Australia, one economist said.
Victims Of Violence Will Now Have To Gather Evidence Themselves To Get Compensation In NSW
Lawyers and health organisations say this could exacerbate the trauma of victims-survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and child sexual abuse.
Here Are The First Activities Allowed As Social Distancing Laws Are Eased In Some Australian States
“If we take these measures and we see spikes, we will not hesitate to clamp down again,” one premier said.
This Dancer Was Left With $100 After The Pandemic Hit. Now He's Working In A Respiratory Clinic.
One week Ashley Dougan was a dancer and restaurant worker. The next he had $100 left in his account.
Workers On The Frontline Of The Pandemic In Australia Are Mostly Women
Australia's gender equality agency estimates 80% of hospital staff are women.
Here’s A Breakdown Of What's Being Reported About Kim Jong Un’s Health
Basically: There's very little reliable information out there right now.
Sharehouses Are Struggling To Fill Empty Rooms In The Pandemic And Landlords Aren’t Helping
“It is the Wild West and there’s no sheriff," one man struggling to find a housemate said.
Conservative Leaders Have Suddenly Funded Huge Social Policy Changes In The Pandemic. Now People Are Joking They’re Socialists.
“These guys must hate every minute of having to do this,” one academic said of the sweeping changes introduced by Australia’s conservative government.
This Doctor And Her Wife Are Trying To Pay Rent In A Pandemic With Just Six Hours Work Between Them
Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has told international students to "return to their home countries" but for many people on student visas it isn't that easy.
Pelvic Mesh Victims Won Their Legal Fight Against Johnson & Johnson. Now The Pharmaceutical Giant Is Appealing.
The legal battle has dragged on for seven years, and women fear it could now last a decade.
"We Are Bending The Curve": Australia Has Released Its Coronavirus Modelling
"We have so far avoided the horror scenarios that we have seen overseas," the prime minister said.
They Sold Their Car To Buy Flights Home After Being Laid Off In The Pandemic. Now The Flights Are Cancelled, And They’re Being Evicted.
An email telling jobless foreign tenants they were “IRRESPONSIBLE” for staying in Australia caused a ruckus last week. But it revealed an impossible situation.
A Supplier Refused To Fill A Face Mask Order For An Australian Abortion Provider Because They're For "Health Professionals"
Exclusive: Marie Stopes Australia says it only has two weeks worth of face masks left as orders are cancelled in the coronavirus pandemic.
New Parents Raising Their Babies In Isolation Are Grieving For The Experience They Imagined
"The minute the mum's groups were closed, that increased the number of calls significantly," said the chief executive of a perinatal depression hotline.