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It’s Time For Victim Survivors Of Violence To Be Heard

PRIMER’s new gendered violence journalist Jess Hill on why this subject matters.

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“Why I Opened My Home To Inna, A Ukrainian Refugee”

Sydney journalist Mandy Drury responded to the crisis by taking in a refugee and her eight-year-old son

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Meet The Micro-Givers: The Women Changing The Face Of Philanthropy

Move over mega-rich barons and benefactors. Modern philanthropists are changing the world, $100 at a time.

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“We Realised Help Wasn’t Coming. So We Did It Ourselves”

When floods roared through the Northern Rivers, official support was slow to arrive – leaving locals to step into the breach. We spoke to four extraordinary local heroes.

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How Smartphones Became The Con Man’s Secret Weapon

Stephanie Wood fell for a romantic swindler. Now, she wants other women to understand why the false intimacy of their phone puts them at risk

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“I Have Never Been Prouder Or Sadder To Be Ukrainian”

Ukrainian-Australian women share their stories.

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Welcome To The Permacrisis

Putin. Floods. Climate change. Covid. Feeling overwhelmed yet?

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Why Remote Working Isn’t Working

And how to fix it

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Childfree By Choice

Three women on why motherhood is not part of their plan

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Why Women Are The New Face Of Gambling

Once considered a boys’ club, the betting world has turned on the charm to tempt us

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‘I Made A Covid Seachange – Was It Worth It?’

Tens of thousands of people left Sydney and Melbourne last year because of lockdowns. A year on, three women share their experiences

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Meet The Women Going Viral In Verse

Why Instagram poets are so perfect for now