Trump began his State of the Union speech on a bipartisan note. But he soon moved on to the issues that most divide Americans.
- by Matthew Knott
When it comes to abortion care it's not cost or quality of care that most concern women - it's compassion.
- by Daniella White
Two pro-life protesters do not believe they have committed a crime.
- by Lydia Lynch
NSW is now the only state in Australia where abortion is still a criminal offence. Opposition leader Michael Daley says he'd have to talk to the women in his life before he could vote on whether to decriminalise abortion.
- by Kate Aubusson
Abortion has been decriminalised in Queensland, with safe access zones of 150 metres to be enforced.
- by Felicity Caldwell
A proposed law that recognises "fetal personhood" may be designed to protect the rights of the unborn child, but it threatens to the reproductive rights of women.
- by Lou Dargan
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will introduce new laws to recognise the death of an unborn child killed during a criminal act if her government is returned at the state election in March.
- by Lisa Visentin
Only time will tell if NSW will also make the decision to get with the times and change its laws to reflect 21st-century societal views.
- by Alison and Jillian Barrett
If you believe yourself to be a "champion for babies", there are more effective ways to use your time than waving propaganda placards at vulnerable people
- by Clementine Ford
Denying women safe, legal control over their own bodies puts them in significant danger
- by Jane Gilmore
NSW is the only remaining Australian state where abortion is still a crime after the Queensland parliament passed laws to legalise abortion up to 22 weeks' gestation.