Former ABC chair Justin Milne demeaned Michelle Guthrie if reports he called her "the missus" at work are true. Workplace language can be a quagmire, so here's how to choose your words carefully, writes Gary Nunn.
Outspoken writer and academic Germaine Greer is accused on social media of comparing the trauma of rape to a fear of huntsman spiders during her appearance on Q&A.
The journey to the Marie Stopes clinic in Melbourne's east is a harrowing one for the 200 or so women who go there each year. To walk through its doors, one of its doctors says, is to have exhausted all other options.
Liberal frontbencher Sussan Ley says it is time her party considers using quotas to increase the number of Liberal Party women in the federal parliament.
A woman capable of the toughest stuff in the roughest country, "Toots" Holzheimer was a pioneer for frontier Australia and for feminism, and famous for outworking her male counterparts during the three decades she worked in remote freight transportation.
The former foreign minister says she has witnessed behaviour in Canberra she never would have accepted while running a major law firm 20 years ago, and the public are justified in feeling "contempt" for politicians.
While flying to Miami on Donald Trump's plane, which was "full of fake French impressionist [paintings] and junk food and a double bed", New York Times columnist Maureen Down says she posed a simple question, to which the presidential aspirant gave a simplistic response.
It was a song born out of a female musician's frustration with how she was seen in the music industry, but a group of women helped turn it into much more.
How female-friendly are informal networking events, during one of the world's largest mining conferences, where the wine and beer is served by topless waitresses?
Minister for Revenue and Financial Services Kelly O'Dwyer says that the Government's income tax relief is focused on people with taxable incomes of $90,000 or less, 86 per cent of which are women. But RMIT ABC Fact Check has found that claim to be misleading.