Paul Gregoire

Immigration minister Andrew Giles has caved to Coalition pressure and announced that he will be deporting non-citizens. Paul Gregoire reports.

Paul Gregoire spoke to Cathy Peters, a former Greens councillor in Marrickville, who successfully moved a boycott, divestment and sanctions motion and who co-founded BDS Australia about prospects for the campaign against apartheid Israel.

Greg Barnes SC told Paul Gregoire that the 1000 or so Australians who have gone to fight with Israel should have been advised of possible ramifications upon their return. This is especially the case since the ICJ ruled that Israel is plausibly conducting genocide in Gaza.

A scare campaign about domestic terrorism is mounting. Paul Gregoire asks if Australia is following the United States in selectively targeting Muslim communities.

Regardless of whether Australia acquires any nuclear-powered vessels, the rest of the AUKUS deal, including interoperability with the United States, is already underway. Paul Gregoire reports.

Pride in Protest float calls for police to not be allowed to march in the Mardi Gras parade.

Despite much contention the New South Wales Police Force joined the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade. Paul Gregoire reports.

Gunai Mara elder Uncle Robbie Thorpe explained to Paul Gregoire the reason for lighting the fire and establishing Camp Sovereignty on Boonwurrung Country in Melbourne’s Kings Domain in 2006 and again on January 26 is the “Blak GST”.

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Paul Gregoire argues that against the backdrop of efforts by the West and Israel to undermine the post World War II global order, the people’s revolt in West Africa takes on global significance.

Minns has turned his back on the LGBTIQ community.

New South Wales Premier is reportedly watering down a bill to ban gay conversion therapy after pressure from the new NSW Faith Affairs Council. Paul Gregoire reports. 

pill testing can save lives

New research into drug-related deaths at music festivals found that 64 people died across the country from July 2000 until the end of 2019. Paul Gregoire reports.

At least 340 healthcare workers have been slain, mainly in the line of duty, by Israeli occupation forces in the Gaza Strip. Paul Gregoire reports on a healthcare workers' vigil in Liverpool.

South Africa's case against Israel in the International Court of Justice could be one route to end the hot war in Gaza. But, as Paul Gregoire writes, politics will decide — a reason to keep mobilising.