Dick Nichols is a national co-convenor of the Socialist Alliance. This article is based on a talk to the April World at a Crossroads conference.
The successful April 18 Stop the Sell-Offs! public meeting of the Sydney Power to the People coalition (pictured) gave the campaign against the privatisation of NSW public services a strong boost.
SYDNEY University of Sydney members of the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) have voted overwhelmingly for strike action in pursuit of a decent agreement with the universitys administration.
The recent tragic explosion and loss of life on board an asylum seeker boat off Ashmore Reef has put refugee issues back near the top of the Australian political agenda.
The struggle against the privatisation schemes of the NSW government is beginning to revive. On April 2, an angry demonstration of prison officers besieged parliament house, protesting against prison privatisation plans.
Last week one big economic news story and two small stories exposed the mad squalor of the profit system under which we live.
ARMIDALE Thirty people discussed the economic and environmental crises at a public forum organised by the New England Socialist Alliance (SA) branch on March 12.
At first glance the Prime Minister Kevin Rudds Nation Building and Jobs Plan looks like a pre-emptive strike against looming recession and unemployment.
At first glance Prime Minister Kevin Rudds Nation Building and Jobs Plan looks like a pre-emptive strike against looming recession and unemployment.
Over the weekend of 5-7 December, more than 150 people attended the Sixth Socialist Alliance national conference, held in the Geelong Trades Hall. The conference opened against the backdrop of the Alliance’s promising results in the November 29 Victorian local government elections, in which its candidates scored up to 18.9%.