West Papuan’s and supporters raised the Morning Star flag at Leichhardt Town Hall to mark the 62nd anniversary of the first time the flag was raised, reports Leo Earle.
Green Left's Leo Earle and Isaac Nellist spoke to attendees at the blockade of the world’s largest coal port in Muloobinba/Newcastle.
Leo Earle spoke to participants at the sixth huge weekly Palestine rally on November 19 in Gadi/Sydney about why it’s important to keep protesting for Palestine.
Pushing back against the power of the fossil fuel companies, First Nations and climate activists are determined to protect the unique Exmouth Gulf. Leo Earle reports.
Thirty-three years on from the Santa Cruz massacre, the trauma of Indonesia's occupation of Timor-Leste remains, reports Leo Earle.
In the course of just one week in late September, the entire population of ethnic Armenians fled Nagorno-Karabakh. Leo Earle looks behind this mass exodus.
Leo Earle interviewed former political exile, LGBTQ activist and presidential advisor, Bella Galhos, on a recent visit to Timor Leste.
International scrutiny of Indonesia's brutal occupation of West Papua was given a boost with the release of the documentary Paradise Bombed, which details Indonesia’s military occupation of West Papua and its 2021 bombing of Kiwirok and surrounding remote mountain villages, reports Leo Earle.
Labor claims its amendments to strengthen the welfare safety net are “structural” and “calibrated”. But the changes are not enough to lift people out of poverty. Leo Earle reports.
The world lost a powerful force for justice on July 28, when poet, activist, singer and inspiration to millions, Sinéad O’Connor died at 56, writes Leo Earle.
With the hopes of a nation delicately balanced, the Matildas took on the Republic of Ireland, in front of a record crowd of 75,784, in their opening game of the Women’s World Cup. Leo Earle takes a look behind the tournament.
Isaac Nellist and Leo Earle go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.
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