Profile20Picture2028129_0.jpg

SYN 90.7

Labor women pushed back

With only one woman on the front bench of the Federal cabinet, attention has been firmly turned towards the representation of women in parliament. Advocates and rank and file members of the Labor party are concerned that the latest pre-selection candidates do not fulfil affirmative action quotas. With talks of legal action over the lack of women candidates, Yara Murray-Atfield spoke to the National Co-Convenor of Emily’s List, Tanja Kovak.

More by Panorama

lidia thorpe

Greens win Northcote by-election

The Greens have taken the state seat of Northcote in a recent by-election, beating the Labor party in an electorate they’ve held […]

google

Voice activated artificial intelligence fears

“Hey Siri, should we be worried about the rise of AI, especially when it’s being used in our homes?” Companies like Google […]

schoolies

Out of school and on the loose: It’s Schoolies time

Schoolies is a time honoured tradition for young Australians fresh from exams to blow off some steam and hit the beach. While […]