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Jenna Price Just like in Matilda: The Musical we have a government which isn't standing up for us. It's standing with the overdog.
Jenna Price We need to make sure that whatever the government decides to do to change our health services, it doesn't make any of us worse off.
Jenna Price Co-payments may just be five or six bucks to some of us, but they can also be a reason not to seek medical advice.
Jenna Price Queensland Senator Sue Boyce has attacked the Liberal Party's inability to recruit and promote women.
Jenna Price Racism is not a reason to turn away refugees.
Jenna Price On not enough Sundays, I go into my bedroom in the late afternoon with the last light coming in through the windows.
Jenna Price You won't regret it if your children take some time out after school and go on a gap year.
Jenna Price When Nicola Roxon announced her resignation from Federal Parliament, I started shouting at the television.
Jenna Price Tomorrow is our 30th wedding anniversary. The most common response when I mention this has been: ''How on earth did you do that?''
Jenna Price According to replies I received in response to a column I wrote a few weeks ago, there is no real gender pay gap.
Jenna Price When we read last week that three young women working as promotional staff at Summernats were allegedly attacked, we felt a sense of dread.
Jenna Price There is still a culture of denial around the gender pay gap.
Jenna Price When I decided to have my entire vagina reconstructed, it wasn't just the fear of the operation that held me back.
Jenna Price My favourite foul-weather friend, the fabulous ''Good Penni'', is always well-prepared for her trips. She does what I think she calls a ''trial pack''.
Jenna Price I'm in the land which appears to have perfected the art of Christmas in a traditional setting.
Jenna Price I can't even imagine such a thing being published in Australia. But in Britain, Timewise Jobs published a list of examples of senior-level part-time workers.
Jenna Price We didn't really have selfies when I was a girl. My friends with fancy cameras and timers would usually perch their camera on some shelf and dash into frame, just in time to look slightly flustered.
Jenna Price I was a young middle-class mum reporting for a daily broadsheet when I first heard of Teresa Savage.
Jenna Price The poor young woman finally blurted it out. She didn't want to go to the photocopier via the most direct route.
Jenna Price Rhonda and I have something in common.