Junie Morosi (1933–)
Junie Morosi dismissed a government (well kind of). She said she moved to Canberra to "hopefully make a contribution". But things didn't go to plan. Junie became one of the most talked about talked about women in Australia. This was due to her relationship with Jim Cairns, Deputy Prime Minister in the Whitlam Labor government. Junie's appointment as Cairns's principal private secretary, and their relationship, became known as the 'Morosi Affair'.

The media coverage contributed to the fall of the Whitlam government. But there is much more to Junie than the Morosi Affair. Her dedication to policy improved Australian women's lives. Junie believes "progress is brought about by difference", and difference was definitely her strength.