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NT independent not happy about changes to abortion laws

CrikeyFeb 16, 20171 Comment

His name is Gerry and he has issued a press release seemingly addressed to foetuses.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

CrikeyFeb 15, 20176 Comments

Coal not so cool ... Engie CEO stepping down ... a note to the foetuses ...

On greyhounds, Blue Poles and abortion

CrikeyOct 12, 2016

Crikey readers respond to previous editions.

On 'safe zones' and the ACL

CrikeyOct 6, 20161 Comment

Crikey readers respond to yesterday's edition.

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

CrikeySep 16, 2016

Sometimes outlets that aren't Crikey produce wonderful stories. Here is what we are reading -- what it's like to die, what O.J. Simpson means to black America, how the girlfriend of Philando Castile is getting on with her life, and an insight into the man who discovered lithium treatments for mental illness.

Case closed: experts loudly back decriminalisation of abortion in Qld

Caroline de Costa and Heather DouglasAug 31, 20162 Comments

Doctors’ professional bodies have spoken out loud and clear in favour of the decriminalisation of abortion in Queensland, write Caroline de Costa, professor of gynaecology, and Heather Douglas, professor of criminal law.

'Progressive leadership' on Nauru?

May 27, 2016

New laws are a small step forward.

Anti-choice advocates fail in latest attack on abortion rights

Sally WhyteMay 26, 20167 Comments

The latest attack on Victoria's abortion laws has failed, but anti-abortion activists have said the war is not over.

Bills will bring Australia's abortion laws out of the 19th century

Bills will bring Australia's abortion laws out of the 19th century

Caroline de Costa and Heather DouglasMay 11, 2016

MPs unite in Queensland and New South Wales to reform outdated abortion laws, write Caroline de Costa, professor of obstetrics and gynaecology, and Heather Douglas, professor of criminal law.

How the 'Q' case abortion ruling could hurt young Queensland women

How the 'Q' case abortion ruling could hurt young Queensland women

Caroline de Costa and Heather DouglasMay 2, 20161 Comment

The Rockhampton Supreme Court case involving abortion for a 12-year-old highlights urgent need for abortion law reform in Queensland, write Caroline de Costa and Heather Douglas

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