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International Women’s Day: Celebrating Female Talent

Tuesday 8th March / presented by Kylie Sturgess Tanya Bunter

UN Women: Anne Banks-McAllister

UN Women is an organisation dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. Since 2010 they’ve been empowering women and girls around the world.

Local legend Anne Banks-McAllister has been chair of the WA chapter of the organisation and was one of the founders of the WA Women’s Hall of Fame.

Anne joined Tanya Bunter on Breakfast to celebrate International Women’s Day.

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Gape Zine

Local writer Alexis Lateef launched GAPE music zine late last year. Released biannually, GAPE is chock full of interviews, reviews and photography of the local music scene with a special focus on female bands past and present.

Issue one featured local bands Diana’s, Ermine Coat, Childsaint, Sara Tout and many more.

GAPE  founder Alexis Lateef and photographer Amber Bateup joined Kylie in the studio for The Mag to chat about the local music scene and the origin of a ‘zine’.

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Female Talent Rules at Athena Music Festival

This Friday, Curtin University hosts Australia’s largest Female-led music festival on campus. Athena has come about as a result of collaboration between the University’s Student Guild Women’s Department, the Activities Vice President and others.

The line-up features a mix of well-established female artists such as Abbe May, Asta and Tired Lion alongside brand new talent.

$1 from every ticket purchase will go to the Patricia Giles centre, which offers crisis accommodation and counselling for women and children affected by domestic violence.

Cassandra from Curtin University’s Student Guild spoke to Tanya on Breakfast about this Australian first.

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Lucy Peach

Lucy Peach is a local lady who has been a part of the living and breathing music model here in Perth. She performed at our Harbour Sunday series and came by to treat us to a live tune in the studio. Lucy joined Tanya Bunter on Breakfast for a chat ranging on topics from her music, to sexual health and how to use your menstrual cycle as a resource.

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