Posts Tagged ‘ women ’
Hutt Valley Indoor Sports hosts Indoor Cricket World Cup and NZ wants to stop Aussie dominance.
Stylist and motivator Lisa O’Neill talks about how kiwi women need to love their bodies more.
Turning 60 was the catalyst behind Jenny O’Connor’s new book ‘Visible’. A record of 60 women at 60.
Partying, finances and women who ‘like to shop before they buy’ add to age factor.
Estimates show home birth is still a rare choice for Kiwis as official numbers remain unknown. MELISSA WASTNEY reports.
Natalia Albert needs 100 exercise buddies to join her for 36-hour Taupo Oxfam charity walk. ERIN KAVANAGH-HALL reports.
Democrats appear to let nothing slip, while new Republican Party stances are quickly betrayed. KRISTEN PATERSON reports.
Wellington’s sole feminist magazine, Muse, is publishing its last issue after seven years.
BOX holds its first party to raise funds for Wellington Rape Crisis centre
Women’s unemployment highest New Zealand since 1998.
The life of a merry banker and womens rights supporter, who recounted his times to GARETH WALLACE..
Greer starts week with publicity but queer finishes in spotlight.
Lobbying convinces organisers to add ‘Miss Representation’.
NewsWire survey proves correct – EMA acts over period comments.
Newswire poll shows Alasdair Thompson should resign.
The fire service wants more diversity, reports SAMANTHA IVES. The biggest barrier appears to be a lack of self belief.
SANDRA DICKSON looks at the history of the vote, and how New Zealand once led the world in enfranchising people.