With the country's birth rate in free fall, can anything put parenthood back on our agenda?
We surveyed more than 5000 women and found we're having less sex than we were in 1980, but we're just as satisfied with our sex lives.
Lilie James’ tragic death is part of violence “epidemic”, as one third of Australian women report they’ve experienced coercive control
The Weekly's Voice of Australian Women survey brings to light some shocking statistics around domestic violence.
More than 40 years after The Weekly first surveyed Australian women about their work and homes lives in the biggest private survey ever, we questioned Australian women again, learning some surprising things about modern Australian life.
When Mark Green lost the love of his life, the devastation was crushing. But the unexpected kindness power of hold music brought joy back into his life.
And now the journalist has published a book on everything she has learnt about stalking.
Turns out, play and joy are seriously important for health, happiness and longevity.