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The finalists for the Australian Women in Wine Awards 2019 have just been announced, showcasing some of Australia’s leading talent in the wine industry.
The awards celebrate and reward the work of women in the Australian wine community, as well as community leaders who champion equality and fairness in theread now
In 2019, Australia is an incredibly religiously diverse nation. Across our multicultural country, we practice many different faiths, with the 2016 Census revealing that 61% of the Australian population (14 million people) are affiliated with a religion or spiritual belief. At the same time, we have more people of no-faithread now
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is the latest to call out Alan Jones regarding his “shove a sock down her throat” rant on air yesterday.
But Ardern herself is preferring to ignore the rant: “I don’t know that I’m going to give that the light of day, that comment,” she saidread now
Yes, this is what it’s come to. One of Australia’s loudest shock jocks issuing violent language against one of the few female leaders of the world, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The comment came on air this morning from Alan Jones, in response to Ardern declaring that Australia mustread now
Drumroll… The finalists of the 2019 Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards have been announced today, showcasing the household leadership names of tomorrow, along with the women making change happen now.
We received our biggest response ever for these awards, now in their seventh year, with hundreds of nominations and entries receivedread now
For young women in Queensland, the risk of unwanted sexual attention is high when they go out at night, writes Dominique de Andrade, from The University of Queensland; Cheneal Puljević, from The University of Queensland; Kerri Coomber, from Deakin University, and Peter Miller, from Deakin Universityin this piece republished fromread now
The Saudi government arrested women’s rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul a year ago for speaking out against the country’s extreme laws which give women fewer rights than men.
Now, they are willing to bargain with her. They have promised to release her, if she says on camera that she was not torturedread now