There is no requirement for Australian medical practitioners to disclose the benefits they receive from private interests such as medical device manufacturers, but Daniel Fleming — who has been a paid consultant for a breast implant manufacturer — argues that has to change.
First-term MP Julia Banks delivers a scathing critique of Australian politics after abandoning the governing Liberal Party and moving to the crossbench, leaving Scott Morrison hanging onto power by a thread.
The face of homelessness is changing, with domestic violence and poverty driving single mums — and sometimes entire families — to desperation, writes Jane Holmes. But is homelessness a reason to take a person's kids away from them?
It's a shocking statistic that rarely budges: only one in 10 reported cases of sexual assault results in a conviction. Survivors say the system is stacked against them, but legal experts say the system is fair. So who's right?
Queensland MPs criticise a fish and chips shop in the state's north over its "unacceptable" name. But business owner Carolyn Kerr stands by the title and says she is an ardent defender of women.
A NSW doctor is calling for the compulsory reporting of problems with mesh products after hundreds of women suffered devastating complications from implants.
The news of Prince Harry and Meghan's pregnancy adds a completely new dimension to the Royal pair's Australian tour — so is it safe for soon-to-be-mums to travel while pregnant?
The savings of single women are well below those of single men, and homelessness among older women is climbing, but it's not just low pay and interrupted work that makes women poor in retirement, writes Kathleen Riach.