Australia’s domestic violence commissioner delivers hard truths in Hobart
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After the October 7 attacks in Israel, Hevra Kadisha volunteers were called up to prepare women’s bodies for burial. As one volunteer explains, nothing could have prepared them for what lay ahead.
One month on, we asked ordinary Israelis how they’re feeling about the Hamas attacks, and the bombardment of Gaza.
Former Washington correspondent and Gaza reporter Kylie Morris on what’s next for Gaza.
Is edelweiss the secret to glowing skin?
Most of Annabelle Hickson’s rural neighbours voted ‘no’. She argues that understanding, not derision, is the only way forward.
The Green Dot author on her love for Ali Smith, the book she thinks everyone should read, and her Irish phase
Yes, it’s your wardrobe’s dependable-best-friend but that doesn’t mean it can’t let loose sometimes
There’s a new wave of memoirs from young, activist, articulate women hitting bookstores.
Rory Warnock teaches CEOs and hipsters to achieve inner calm by… breathing. Daniela Elser meets him.
Why this unholy marriage of traditional ballet flat and industrial mesh actually… works
Laura Brading – PRIMER’s book reviewer and resident cynic – on how Trent Dalton’s latest offering hooked her.