Green Left News Podcast Ep 19: Supermarket price gouging, Labor’s dud housing deal & Fiji marches against nuclear waste

September 8, 2023

Green Left journalist’s Isaac Nellist and Chloe DS go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world. For more information on all of these stories, read our in-depth coverage here.

Music and editing by LittleArcherBeats.

Housing Justice Summit

Peoples’ Blockade of the World’s Largest Coal Port

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Green Left articles featured in this episode:


Price controls needed in cost-of-living crisis

Waterloo residents slam Labor’s housing plan

Kristin O’Connell: Labor’s housing deal will do ‘basically nothing’

Pacific elders to Australia: No support for your COP31 bid until you end fossil fuel subsidies

Pilbara Climate Network says ‘No’ to Woodside’s seismic testing

Protect marine life and stop Woodside from seismic blasting for gas

Campaign stops NSW Forestry from logging Newry State Forest

Rising Tide activists celebrate after court validates their coal train action

Aboriginal teenager who died in care ‘needed cultural connection’

Voice to parliament discussion

NTEU at Melbourne Uni begin week of industrial action

Monash NTEU steps up fight for fair enterprise agreement

Save Manipur protest calls for an end to ethnic violence

Refugees in PNG point to Australia’s negligence

Glenroy campaigns for its Post Office to stay open

Residents say ‘no’ to proposed waste-to-energy incinerator

Communities call for binding plebiscites on NSW council demergers


Fiji: Solidarity march in Suva opposes Fukushima waste water release into Pacific

India: Fact-finding team visits Manipur, holds government responsible for violence and suffering

Ukraine offers concrete solidarity to jailed Russian anti-war activists

Russian court rejects appeal to free Ukrainian human rights activist Maksym Butkevych

Russian folk-punks release track in solidarity with political prisoner Boris Kagarlitsky

Progressive Luisa González and millionaire Daniel Noboa head to run off elections in Ecuador

Bernardo Arévalo will be Guatemala’s next President

Five reasons why radical right candidate Javier Milei could win Argentina’s presidential elections

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