Last week, IBM fired 100,000 workers they deemed too old. Clearly, those who make these decisions today will be those affected tomorrow.
As someone who has faced their own Section 44 challenge, I believe we should consider it a permanent part of our political landscape – for good or ill.
Last year, a Royal Commission found that a Pentecostal leader covered up the abuse of a seven-year-old. Yesterday, Scott Morrison wilfully shared a stage with him. His apathy toward victims is painfully clear.
Scott Morrison’s “religious freedom” platform has little to do with the right to pray, it has everything to do with the right to discriminate and undo what the country voted for.
According to the RSPCA, the rise of social media has emboldened acts of animal cruelty like never before. Short of legislative changes, the people I spoke to are facing a visceral, losing battle.
While many are disappointed that Tanya Plibersek declined to lead the ALP, I don’t blame her. Those women who have dared to lead are treated awfully. She doesn’t need to change. We do.
From next week those who are found guilty of drug driving will lose their licence. The problem is both the science behind it and the implementation of the law.
Around 85% of our population lives in coastal areas, areas that are now under risk due to our changing climate. Labor has pledged to do something about it.
I believe that social media and capitalism has severely damaged us. But while many of us now live to whinge, I’m afraid it goes far deeper than that.
The debate swirling around the issue of climate change has been high on nonsense, low on objective fact. We do have options, and making Labor the climate boogieman solves nothing.
While the judge may have ruled in Geoffrey Rush’s favour, the subtext is clear to those who come forward: the system will not protect you.
In their keenness to avoid another massacre spreading on social media, our government passed a draconian bill without debate or consideration of its cause and effect…in a minute flat.
Gretel Killeen turns to Marie Kondo to answer the question “Do your friends ‘spark joy’ or is it time to sort and chuck ’em?”
With the NSW state election around the corner, we sat down with the women of the Liberal Party to discuss their campaigns, their electorates, and the change they seek.
We all face workplace conflict, but defeating it is often difficult – unless you’re a tradie.
To celebrate Mardi Gras 2019, we spoke to Liberal MP Bruce Notley-Smith, about the change that has been won, and the change yet to come.
We’re all ageing. At some point, we’re not going to be able to look after ourselves. It may be a difficult discussion to have, but we need to speak to our families about what’s best for us – before we can’t.
Each year, the elite descend upon Davos to shape the world as they see it. Usually, it is a raucous, diplomatic affair. This year, however, was entirely different.
Kerri-Anne Kennerley made waves this week after her comments on aboriginal society. Lasting change, however, is far more complex than one inflammatory remark.
Gladys Berejiklian, we are people. And we the people demand pill testing to be rolled out across NSW. We’ll keep saying the same until you hear us.
In the wake of the Gillette ad, the term “toxic masculinity” has been thrown around, but I’m not entirely sure we know what we’re talking about.