In conversation with Australian national cycling champion and commentator Dr Bridie O'Donnell

As a child, Bridie insists she was an 'average' athlete. Now 50, proving that anything is possible, she's one of the best female cyclists in Australia.

Prabha Nandagopal


What it’s like being a human rights lawyer and founder as a woman of colour

"I've often found myself the only woman of colour in the room. For the longest time, I didn’t think much of it — until a few years ago when I started to question what that really meant," writes Prabha Nandagopal.


Camille Goldstone-Henry on building the Canva of biodiversity

Xylo Systems is a first of its kind software tool for tracking biodiversity. Here, Xylo founder Camille drops some hard-won wisdom four years into her entrepreneurial journey.

Pauline Ferrand-Prévot


Pauline Ferrand-Prévot: France's Cycling Champion Chases Olympic Gold

Despite three appearances at the Olympic Games, Ferrand-Prévot has yet to stand on the podium. But Paris 2024 could change that.


Rachel Reeves becomes the UK's first chief financial minister - and it took 800 years for it to happen

Labour Party MP Rachel Reeves has become the UK's first ever female Chancellor of the Exchequer - despite the role existing for 800 years (yes, you read that right).

Soaliha Iqbal


First Yassmin Abdel-Magied, Then Fatima Payman. I Am Tired Of Seeing Women Like Me Vilified

"As a Muslim woman, knowing standing by my politics is a threat to inclusion is exhausting," writes Soaliha Iqbal.


Female swimmers are the backbone of Australia's Olympic legacy

The countdown is well and truly on until the Paris Olympics, which kicks off on July 26th. When Aussie women hit the pools, their performances will set the benchmark for the rest of the world. Lucy Small has the story.

MasterChef Australia 2024 judges


Poh Ling Yeow says MasterChef Australia 'represents multiculturalism at its best'

The cooking show has forged the culinary careers of herself and many other women of colour.

Rayssa Leal


'Fairytale' viral sensation to breaking records: Brazilian skateboarder Rayssa Leal's rise to success

The 16-year-old is one of 44 street skateboarders who have qualified to compete at the 2024 Paris Olympics.