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Latest news: Women

Female comedy pair take on Canberra Comedy Festival

Canberra comedy pair Caitlin Maggs and Sarah Stewart share snippets of their lives in Before and After at The Street Theatre on 16 March.

Trekking towards heart health equity for Australian women

Respected Canberra journalist Louise Maher narrowly avoided a major heart attack and is now urging other women not to miss the more subtle signs of life-threatening heart disease.

Blaze beat Canberra Chill 4-1 to claim Hockey One premiership

The Brisbane Blaze have reclaimed the women's Hockey One crown and denied the Canberra Chill a home title in an exciting encounter at the National Hockey Centre in Lyneham on Sunday.

Barely there: Beauty, almost naturally

Women and makeup wearers everywhere are ditching the paint after Pam Anderson’s face went to Paris Fashion Week au naturel.

Canberrans invited to Reclaim the Night from sexual violence

Reclaim the Night heads to Glebe Park on Friday 27 October to help bring sexual violence out from the shadows.

Third Action Plan for ACT Women released

The ACT Government released the Third Action Plan under the ACT Women’s Plan 2016-2026, to achieve gender equality for women and girls

Take 5 with Natasha Lester, author who honours amazing women

CW caught up with best selling author Natasha Lester, who heads to Big River Distilling Co. in Fyshwick on 12 October.

Canberrans Sew for Change for women and girls around the world

A group of dedicated Canberra crafters create menstruation kits to be delivered to girls and women in developing countries.

Local hero candidate Dr Lubna Alam, helping new Canberra women

Dr Lubna Alam, co-founder of ALO Enlightened Women Incoporated is a finalists for Westfield Belconnen Local Hero for 2023.

2024 ACT Women’s Awards nominations ope

The ACT Women’s Awards recognise women and gender diverse people who improve the status and lives of women and girls in the ACT.

Book a trip to Nepal and invest in their future

Having parents who are trekking guides in Nepal makes for awesome family holidays but for Clare Bartram, it also gave her a first-hand education into the plight of women and girls in...

Canberra women encouraged to write a letter to their vagina

Women across the globe are invited to pen a love note to their vulva in the Global Write A Letter To Your Vagina Workshop, this Sunday.