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Mission impossible? Dismantling the rape culture in Australia

Mission impossible? Dismantling the rape culture in Australia

The political responses to protests and calls for broad social reform can be characterised as inept attempts to control and minimise debate.

  • by Louise Newman

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The rush that has sustained me through lockdown

The rush that has sustained me through lockdown

Though I do not consider myself a profligate person, my PayPal account has definitely been more animated of late. The lure of the package is just too great.

  • by Kerri Sackville
Move over Gordon Ramsay – my husband has learnt to cook pasta

Move over Gordon Ramsay – my husband has learnt to cook pasta

A longstanding domestic agreement has come unstuck.

  • by Monica Dux
Swapping city life for an island dream

Swapping city life for an island dream

Aaron Suine and Nick Stead left corporate careers in Sydney to move to King Island with their five-year-old son, and build a luxury lodge. Then COVID struck.

  • by Ute Junker
‘Last good day’ is a concept I won’t embrace

‘Last good day’ is a concept I won’t embrace

Instead, let’s dwell on the euphoria of vaccination day.

  • by Amelia Lester
Two minutes with Danny Katz: How to future-proof family photos

Two minutes with Danny Katz: How to future-proof family photos

The Modern Guru believes the most tactful solution is to announce that you’re taking two photos, But if it upsets some, there are creative solutions.

  • by Danny Katz
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Look back in hunger: What we learnt when dining out stopped

Look back in hunger: What we learnt when dining out stopped

In lockdown, we did a pretty good job of turning our homes into restaurants, injecting chez nous with all the things we’ve missed about being there.

  • by Terry Durack
Action packed: Good Weekend’s travel gift guide

Action packed: Good Weekend’s travel gift guide

Getaway gear to assist that great escape.

  • by Frances Mocnik
Neil Perry’s butterflied chicken with soy and honey dressing

Neil Perry’s butterflied chicken with soy and honey dressing

Cooking chicken butterflied ensures that the legs cook at the same rate as the breast, which can be tricky with a whole bird.

  • by Neil Perry
Karen Martini’s Thai prawn and green mango salad

Karen Martini’s Thai prawn and green mango salad

As the weather warms up, this hot, sweet and sour salad is an intense palate-enlivener. Serve as a starter, or as an appetiser with drinks.

  • by Karen Martini
Startled by sounds, a prized possession suddenly becomes a weapon

Startled by sounds, a prized possession suddenly becomes a weapon

Paul Connolly’s Kitchen Sink Drama is a slice of domestic life, captured masterfully in only 100 words. This week, inspiration in the face of worrying noises.

  • by Paul Connolly