The smoke is setting off fire alarms inside offices, forcing workers to evacuate outside... into the smoke.
After A Woman Was Allegedly Sexually Assaulted On A Bumble Date, She Had To Decide Whether To Press Charges. It Wasn’t Easy.
“It means that in this case I’m not going to get justice,” the woman told BuzzFeed News.
Just over 12% of adolescents surveyed said they had chewed and spat out food at least once a week in the previous month.
Women suffering complications from mesh implants say New Zealand's well intentioned no-fault injury scheme is denying them justice.
More than 60% of young people on welfare surveyed have less than $14 a day left after paying their rent.
More than half of women living with abusive partners experience violence during pregnancy.
The class action was launched seven years ago and now involves more than 1,350 members.
A Journalist, Editor, Survivor, Lawyer, And Academic Weigh In On What's Holding Back #MeToo In Australia
From nondisclosure agreements to the threat of defamation, survivors are silenced in Australia.
Warlpiri man Kumanjayi Walker, 19, died after being shot in a Central Desert community.
The Identities Of #MeToo Survivors Revealed In A Privacy Breach Weren't Meant To Be Filmed, Says Presenter
A new documentary about #MeToo accidentally revealed the identities and harrowing stories of survivors in footage shot over the shoulder of journalist Tracey Spicer.
Exclusive: Two women whose names, images and harrowing #MeToo stories were shared in a new documentary say they had no idea and didn't consent to being identified.
"I'm the first to say how concerned we all are about climate change but there's a time and place," said NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian.
The Feminist Writer At The Centre Of The Q&A Drama Wants You To Focus On Gendered Violence, Not Her Swearing
"I'm not saying go out and kill people," Eltahawy told BuzzFeed News.
Tarang Chawla was shell-shocked after learning of his sister Nikita’s murder. Then reporters started phoning and texting him pictures.
"I have to work illegally in order to stay safe," a sex worker told BuzzFeed News.
A Woman Allegedly Created A Fake Harassment Campaign Against Herself And Got A Second Woman Arrested
The woman caused a "significant" investigation in which another woman was wrongly arrested, police said.
The mother of the girl at the centre of the viral video told BuzzFeed News she was "really proud" of her daughter.
Abortion Online launches six months after a similar service was forced to shut down due to hefty operating costs.
Revealed: The women behind NOW promised change — but mistakes have plagued Australia’s answer to the #MeToo movement.
There are only two types of intra-uterine devices available in Australia and women are paying hundreds of dollars for them.