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I watched a dispute between two local stylists play out on social media this morning. It was pretty brutal and a little absurd. Understandably, they were...

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For most of my 20s, and half of my 30s, I worked full time. I didn't have kids. For much of that time, I...

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This is my last post about my trip to Cambodia with Oxfam Australia - the finale. Basically I wanted to have spot where each...

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Situated opposite the Russian Market in Phnom Penh is Rajana. You could be forgiven for thinking it was just another shop trying to sell...

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  Pheareak Ly and Vun Em were garment workers. They even worked in the same factory as each other. In fact, they were such good...

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We were lucky to be invited to a garment factory when in Cambodia. Australian retailer Coles kindly extended the invitation to us. Some of...

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In Australia, unions are much maligned and recent widespread media reporting of corruption has been very damaging. However, I think many people forget that...

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About six months ago I started working at Oxfam Australia as a media coordinator and one of my main responsibilities, among many other things,...

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OK, so I've repeatedly gone over in my head all of the catastrophes that could happen while I travel, yet I didn't add border...

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In a couple of days I'm going to Cambodia. I'll be traveling with Kate, the publisher of Drop Dead Gorgeous Daily, and one of...

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Let me introduce myself. My name is Bianca Wordley. I'm a blogger. It's been a long time since I've blogged on my beloved Bigwords site...

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I count myself very lucky to work at such a modern, compassionate workplace. Family friendly isn't just a term that's spoken about, it's actually...

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