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Strip-club business meetings are alive and well in the age of #MeToo

Strip-club business meetings are alive and well in the age of #MeToo

Whether on the company credit card or not, club owners say their corporate clientele is as enthusiastic as ever.

  • by Jeff Green

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No, the gender pay gap is not a myth, and here's why it matters
Opinion
Opinion

No, the gender pay gap is not a myth, and here's why it matters

The Australian industries with the most stubborn gender pay gaps have also been subject to more royal commissions. It's not a coincidence.

  • by Jessica Irvine
A year after the same-sex marriage vote, Australia is a better place
Opinion
Opinion

A year after the same-sex marriage vote, Australia is a better place

Twelve months on from the postal survey we should celebrate it as a defining moment for a more perfect Australia.

  • by Tim Wilson
Gender pay gap still depressingly wide
Opinion
Opinion

Gender pay gap still depressingly wide

Australia still has a long way to go to address inequality in the workplace.

  • by The Canberra Times
When is a touch just a touch?
Analysis
Analysis

When is a touch just a touch?

Monday night’s Four Corners investigation into the Michelle Guthrie sacking brought forth the surprising claim from the former ABC managing director that her former Chairman, Justin Milne had touched her “inappropriately’”. But what makes a touch inappropriate?

  • by Jacqueline Maley
Drop in the gender pay gap, but it's not all good news
Industrial relations

Drop in the gender pay gap, but it's not all good news

A new report reveals how far employers have come on gender equity, and how far there is to go.

  • by Sally Whyte
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Daliah showed us people power still works. Let's take on big sugar
Opinion
Gender equality

Daliah showed us people power still works. Let's take on big sugar

The next issue eight-year-old dynamo Daliah Lee should tackle on her way to becoming Prime Minister is the sugar content in many cereals.

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Daliah - the girl who beat Kellogg's - is Capitals' No.1 ticket holder
Canberra

Daliah - the girl who beat Kellogg's - is Capitals' No.1 ticket holder

Daliah said she hoped the Canberra Capitals' players would end up on the Nutri-Grain boxes.

  • by Megan Doherty
What are the new rules of relationships between men and women?

What are the new rules of relationships between men and women?

With the #Metoo movement and high profile cases of alleged sexual harassment, the rules of engagement between men and women are unclear.

  • by Steve Evans
What girls should know about respectful relationships
Gender equality

What girls should know about respectful relationships

'Ask for help if you need it, and trust yourself – don’t let the behaviour of others define your own.'

  • by Kelly O'Dwyer
'His face reminds me of how weak I am': Catherine Marriott describes agony over Joyce complaint
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'His face reminds me of how weak I am': Catherine Marriott describes agony over Joyce complaint

"I think #ustoo is a sign that Australia more broadly is standing up and saying that this sort of behaviour has got to be stamped out."

  • by Hannah Barry