New netball uniforms, a new era for the Batchelor, and the same old Nationals. Especially Barnaby Joyce, keeping Australia in the past and holding all of us “hostage”.
We discuss all this and more on this week’s episode, as well as going in to the new measures for supporting women and children escaping domestic and family violence announced at both the federal and NSW state level this past week.
And we ask if “perfectionism” is holding women back from investing. Short answer? No.
This is our wrap of the key issues and stories covered on Women’s Agenda from the past week.
This episode is made possible thanks to the support of the investment platform Superhero.
The Women’s Agenda Podcast is produced by Agenda Media, the publisher of Women’s Agenda.
Stories and links this week:
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Barriers broken as Brooke Blurton wins Australia
The Farmer wants a relationship.
Netballers in NSW get flexible uniform options as the sport moves away from traditional dress
New $5000 payment for women fleeing domestic violence
Barnaby Joyce awaits his price as he ‘won’t be held’ hostage
Do female investors have a perfectionist problem?
Podcast interview with Grace Jennings-Edquist
Jessie Tu: Surely there are better literary heroes of our generation than Sally Rooney?