Brits can look forward to the wit and wisdom of Tony Abbott, a man who has never been short of an opinion, however out of date it might be.
Scott Morrison's blunder on making a COVID-19 vaccine compulsory has caused trouble with religious conservatives.
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.
Abortion may be disappearing from criminal codes across Australia, but a lack of access to providers means the fight is far from over.
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Every other Australian state has decriminalised abortion; shouldn't this have been simple? Progress, unfortunately, always comes with a price.
Academics from the University of Adelaide Law School are using this statistic to criticise a provision in The Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill — but are they right?