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Childcare costs and wait times blow out

Childcare costs and wait times blow out

Good morning, early birds. Childcare costs and wait times have increased dramatically since 2011. Plus, NSW's new plan to tackle gender inequality. It's the news you need to know, with Natasha Grivas.

Covering Melbourne … the most-read newspaper … Telcos pulled into line …

Covering Melbourne … the most-read newspaper … Telcos pulled into line …

The story yesterday of the car attack in Melbourne's city, apart from some ill-placed advertising and some bad takes online, was as good as can be expected.

What Mark Latham didn’t say about his ‘white male privilege’ report

What Mark Latham didn’t say about his ‘white male privilege’ report

Gender and diversity training in the APS is working, but you won't hear Mark Latham say that.

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

What we're reading: stories from solitary confinement, how women are better financial managers, the underground railroad for refugees, polarised punks, how left-wing media got trapped by capitalism, and is consciousness an illusion?

Hanson continues her war on Australian women

Hanson continues her war on Australian women

Having demonised Australia's family law system for driving men to murder women, Pauline Hanson wants to replace it with a system that will entrench economic discrimination against women.

We are relying more on women. How about paying them fairly?

We are relying more on women. How about paying them fairly?

A new report on inequality gets to grips with many issues undermining equality and economic growth. Gender and the way our workforce is changing is part of the story.

Pauline Hanson: a role model for Australian girls

Pauline Hanson: a role model for Australian girls

We can learn a lot from Pauline Hanson, writes comedian and aspiring proud father Ben Pobjie.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

The election will be ... where the ladies at? ... Twitter diplomacy ...

Violence against women: how ‘not now, not ever’ became business as usual

Violence against women: how ‘not now, not ever’ became business as usual

It seems to be that violence against women shall only be seen through the lens of gender. Why is that?