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For the Brits, here’s the world according to Tony Abbott

Brits can look forward to the wit and wisdom of Tony Abbott, a man who has never been short of an opinion, however out of date it might be.

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Archbishops arc up to highlight Morrison’s mandatory vaccine stumble

Scott Morrison's blunder on making a COVID-19 vaccine compulsory has caused trouble with religious conservatives.

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Maternal death, teenage pregnancy and unsafe abortion: the ‘shadow pandemic’ following the outbreak

Reproductive health and abortion providers say they are preparing for a 'shadow pandemic' following a wave of unintended pregnancies during the world's lockdowns.

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The government has improved abortion access during the pandemic. Doctors are fighting to keep it that way

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.

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The fight for reproductive rights isn’t over in Australia until there’s equity in access

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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So, you’re suddenly regretting your choice of tax haven (and other news you may have missed)

Cruise giants are left marooned, travel restrictions affect abortion access, and Thailand says no to April Fools. In a jam-packed week, here are the stories you may have missed.

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Is the NSW abortion bill really the most ‘radical’ in the country?

The NSW abortion bill has been derided by opponents as "radical". How does it stand against the rest of the country?

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NSW’s abortion bill shows how hard it is to bin bad law

Every other Australian state has decriminalised abortion; shouldn't this have been simple? Progress, unfortunately, always comes with a price.

Have abortions after 20 weeks increased 39% in Victoria post-decriminalisation?

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?

How would Labor regulate access to abortion?

Labor has pledged to expand access to abortion services if elected this year. But how would it overcome the messy web of state abortion rules?

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