'It’s not lost on me that that does not happen often.'
Dating app Bumble’s newly-released report of dating trends for 2024 suggests next year "is set to be the year of ‘self’ in dating and relationships, with more people looking inwards at what they value and want." In partnership with Bumble.
A couple of days ago, we asked you, our audience a deceptively simple question; 'Do you have to love yourself before loving others?' This was prompted by some team banter between the four of us, trying to decide where we sat on the issue, particularly through the lens of romantic love.
Being an athlete and an ageing female athlete is kind of terrifying - if we're being honest. Whether it's the pressure of your ticking fertility clock or the thought of the next young gun coming to take your spot, it's a reality we all face.
Mariam Veiszadeh, CEO of Media Diversity Australia - a trailblazing leader at the forefront of advocating for systemic change across Australian media to stamp out racism, was crowned the overall winner at the Asian-Australian Leadership Awards on Wednesday.
As we observe Cervical Cancer Elimination Day of Action, there is a pressing need to ensure that all women everywhere have access to the HPV vaccine, along with appropriate screening and treatment to prevent unnecessary deaths. Report from the Pacific Friends of Global Health.
In light of the result of the Voice referendum, leading Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) consultant and founder of Nganya, Dixie Crawford explains why RAPs are more vital than ever.
Cara Davies was frustrated with the state of digital fitness for Gen Z. At 21, she started an app called Steppen, scaled it to over 400,000 downloads, and successfully sold it two years later. Here's how she did it.
The use of trigger and content warnings is widespread. But new evidence suggests that they might be counter-productive in what they're trying to achieve, or even irrelevant to the aim of reducing distress in readers. So, should we use them or not?
A ‘part-time promotion cliff’ is limiting career progression for Australians who work part-time, or want or need to move to part-time work, according to a new analysis released today by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA).