Maddie Davidson is a New Zealander who made history by becoming the first female trampolinist selected to represent New Zealand at the Olympics. Maddie started trampolining at the age of seven and first represented New Zealand at age twelve, and she has not stopped since!
The Divorce Act of 1898 was a part of the greater women’s equality movement, the Act stemming from campaigns and calls for equality in marriage, divorce and life. The Divorce Act made the grounds for divorce equal across both parties, making divorce more accessible for women in particular. Prior to the amendment to the Divorce […]
Abortion has been a hotly contested issue by medical professionals, government officials, and the New Zealand public for over a hundred years. From the 1840s where abortion was outlawed entirely, to abortion anxiety post-WWI, to the ’70s where the abortion debate came to a head, leading to today.
The ‘vandalism’ at CBHS. A story of fourth wave protest, vandalism and activism.
How women get heard.
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