Taking strides in two careers

Georgia Winkcup was part of the Australian women’s team that made steeplechase a household sport when she raced her heat in Tokyo.

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Belle of the ball

Law student Amy Ridley helped the women’s goalball team reach a historic quarter final in her Paralympics debut in Tokyo this year.

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A giant career

GWS Giants netball star Tilly McDonell might wear a defender’s bib on the court – but that isn’t holding her back from attacking a law…

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Nailing a new punchline

Comedian Alice Fraser tests her jokes on live audiences. Why? As she explains throwing half-baked one-liners at a lone person is a terrible way to…

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Racing towards a career in law

Rohan Browning made his Olympic debut on the 100m track in Tokyo, clocking the second-fastest time an Australian has ever run. However, the sprinter and…

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Stepping towards a brighter future

Mental health is one of the core issues affecting Indigenous youth in custody. We tell how one passionate Indigenous NRL player is making a difference.

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First comes law, then comes marriage

Linda Dalton’s first career love was practising law in small regional firms. Three years ago, however, she committed to another: helping couples to marry. She…

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Getting to the heart of the matter

Symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety affect us all from time to time. But this lawyer found a solution he’s keen to share with others.

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Striking the right note

Working from home is one thing, says Sally London. Composing a jazz track with a 16-piece band, all recording from home, is a different challenge…

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Case for a country practice

Sweat, dust, and the smell of 2,500-odd cattle aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but for lawyer Alexandra Long, the combination has a special kind of…

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