Reproductive health and abortion providers say they are preparing for a 'shadow pandemic' following a wave of unintended pregnancies during the world's lockdowns.
To help women safely access abortion services via telehealth, the government would need only to keep doing what services say it has been for decades: nothing.
A landmark ruling has brought into sharp relief the potential responsibilities of Australian employers to workers experiencing violence.
Women injured in vaginal mesh procedures have won a class action against Johnson & Johnson, but as the case drags on to an appeal, they are still waiting for compensation.
Abortion may be disappearing from criminal codes across Australia, but a lack of access to providers means the fight is far from over.