Chloe Hayden, Ayesha Madon and James Majoos in Heartbreak High

Heartbreak High Season 2 has helped heal wounds I never even knew were there

"There's a scene... that made my heart ache as a disabled person, all about the unseen mental gymnastics and emotional labour people in our community have to do just to function as a ‘normal teenager’."

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Inside Colombia's Estéreo Picnic Festival: A celebration of culture, youth, and female empowerment

Estéreo Picnic Festival isn't just a music festival; it's a celebration of empowerment, diversity, and cultural pride.

Opinion

Caitlin Clark is changing the face of women's basketball

The 22-year-old basketball player is currently the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer, and is regarded as one of the best players in college basketball history. Just casually?

Top End Bub star Miranda Tapsell

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Miranda Tapsell's Top End Wedding lands a TV spin-off called Top End Bub

How often do we see a First Nations woman playing the lead in an Aussie rom-com series?

girl planing a week at home office in bright room

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A new 60-day prescription policy may halve your visits to the GP and pharmacy

The changes will be particularly helpful for women living with conditions including epilepsy, breast cancer, type 2 diabetes, inflammatory bowel diseases and more.

Anna Polyviou and Poh Ling Yeow on MasterChef Australia 2024

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MasterChef 2024: Anna Polyviou and Mikiko Terasaki announced in star-studded guest judge lineup

These talented female chefs are ready to stir things up in the TV kitchen.

Jeanine Leane

Opinion

Jeanine Leane challenges the perception of poetry as we know it

"The kind of poetry we’re all used to being exposed to was pretty toxic, really, and I wanted to flip that on its head."

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Frontline health workers in rural India are fighting for better pay and permanent status

ASHA is India's million-strong community of frontline female health workers who connect rural India, especially its women and children, to health services and government schemes

Lena Nahlous from Diversity Arts Australia

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Australia’s arts are still failing when it comes to diversity. But Lena Nahlous says there are other ways to look at it. 

While the arts landscape has changed a lot since she kicked off her career two decades ago, the struggle to diversify it beyond what Nahlous calls a ‘Euro-American canon’ is still ongoing.