Women’s rights

The opening of a dedicated centre in Mt Barker to cater for women suffering from domestic violence is a sad reflection on modern Australian society.It…

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We can do better

With the testosterone-fuelled environment that is Parliament House in Canberra exposed in all its unedifying glory, it seems counterintuitive that the Prime Minister needs to…

Vision for the future

The lives of Australian women have changed greatly since organisations such as the Country Women’s Association (CWA) and Red Cross were at their peak. In the days when women generally stopped working after having children, and through the hard years of WW2, these volunteer groups were popular places for women to spend their time, make new friends and help the community.