Miriam Webber, Canberra Times

Miriam Webber

Canberra Times

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Recent:
  • Canberra Times
Past:
  • Daily Liberal
  • Newcastle Herald
  • POLITICO Europe

Recent articles by Miriam:

ACT government wants to help more women back into workforce

Businesses can be doing more to support women in the workplace. → Read More

Young women, migrants particularly vulnerable to sexual harassment at work in Canberra: Women's Legal Centre

Harassment in Canberra workplaces often targets the most vulnerable. → Read More

More Canberra women are seeking advice on sexual assault, harassment, but legal action still low

For victim-survivors in Canberra, the strain of pursuing legal action remains a huge barrier. → Read More

Aboriginal Tent Embassy calls on Prime Minister Anthony Albanese for consultation on Uluru Statement from the Heart

The Aboriginal Tent Embassy said it does not accept the Uluru Statement from the Heart. → Read More

Canberra domestic violence support staff burnt out

Five frontline domestic violence support workers have been promised to the territory. → Read More

Canberra's spring festival Floriade to return to Commonwealth Park after two years

The festival will begin in September and run through to October. → Read More

Informer: Morrison bulldozed in the wrong direction, happy news for Biloela family

Confessing to a bad habit of "bulldozing" at the eleventh hour, and promising to change his ways, was not enough to convince voters. → Read More

Voting rules leave some with COVID unable to participate in federal election

The Australian Electoral Commission has told a voter who fell ill with COVID on Monday he is unable to cast a vote in the upcoming election, owing to rules around registering for postal and phone voting. → Read More

The Informer: Turnbull slams 'foreign policy failure', Musk's vision for Twitter

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has unleashed his first major intervention into the election campaign. → Read More

Months of backlog for business hampered by COVID household contact rules

Businesses welcome the expected changes to quarantine rules for household contacts, but say the rules have set them... → Read More

Woman dies at south coast beach, three others hospitalised on Easter Sunday

A group of 10 people were rescued by lifeguards and members of the public. → Read More

Canberra's NASA space centre reopens to visitors

The centre hasn't been open to visitors for a year. → Read More

Macgregor School, Calwell High, Gordon Primary, Namadgi Primary School move to remote learning

Staffing shortages at schools across Canberra are putting strain on teaching staff. → Read More

Canberra Pollen's Simon Haberle says La Nina helps ACT to worst hayfever season in decade

The warm, wet weather of La Nina has been felt heavily by hayfever sufferers in the territory. → Read More

Asbestos found on walking track around national museum

Recent heavy rain may have brought asbestos 'that could have been buried for some time' to the surface. → Read More

Informer: The jockeying going on behind the federal budget, scientists watch Deltacron closely

Scientists have their eyes on a hybrid COVID variety, while Liberal heavyweights have their eyes on the top job. → Read More

The jockeying behind the budget, scientists watch Deltacron closely

Scientists have their eyes on a hybrid COVID variety, while Liberal heavyweights have their eyes on the top... → Read More

Hospitality businesses compete for staff with large gaps left by foreign workers

Staff who once filled Canberra's restaurants, bars and cafes have not yet returned to the country. → Read More

Canberra schools struggle to find enough teachers to fill classes

A Canberra primary school said it was unable to find casual teachers to relieve strain 'most days'. → Read More

Putin fronts rally, cost of living key to budget

Russian President Vladimir Putin has promised his country's "special military operation" aims will be achieved. → Read More