More than 30 people took action outside Empire Energy’s Annual General Meeting in Gadi/Sydney, demanding that the company stop its plans to frack the Beetaloo Basin in the Northern Territory. Rachel Evans reports.
Knitting Nannas and supporters were at the NSW Supreme Court to support Dominique Jacobs and Helen Kvelde challenge to the undemocratic anti-protest laws. Rachel Evans reports.
Rising Tide stopped a coal train for 5 hours on April 16 at the Port of Newcastle, after a successful camp for climate action. Coral Wynter, Rachel Evans and Richard Boult report.
World Pride showcased how accepted the LGBTIQ community really is. However, rights still need to be legislated, argues Rachel Evans.
The practice of stealing Aboriginal children from their families has continued since Kevin Rudd's apology and it needs to stop, a Sorry Day protest was told. Rachel Evans reports.
NSW is heading towards an election and communities are wondering if a future Labor government will make the necessary changes. Socialist Alliance candidate Rachel Evans talks about housing justice and her campaign.
Survivors of child sexual abuse and LGBTIQ rights group Community Action for Rainbow Rights initiated protests in the lead-up to and at George Pell’s memorial service. Rachel Evans reports.
Action for Public Housing organised a free sausage sizzle as part of building support for a pre-election rally on February 11 to demand housing justice in NSW. Rachel Evans reports.
Green Left is part of A Love, Art and Revolution Film Festival that will showcase progressive short films in April. Rachel Evans reports.
Judge Timothy Gartelmann released climate activist Violet CoCo, on bail, pending her appeal on March 2, 2023. Rachel Evans reports.
Climate activist Violet CoCo’s 15-month jail sentence has caused widespread outrage. But the jailing of climate protesters has been underway for several years, reports Rachel Evans.
Climate activist Violet CoCo has been sentenced to 15 month’s prison for blocking vehicles, possessing a bright light distress signal and refusing to comply with police directions, reports Rachel Evans.
The jury has been dismissed after a three-week trial of a New South Wales prison officer accused of murdering Wiradjuri man Dwayne Johnstone. Rachel Evans reports.
A climate protest calling on Labor to stop expanding fossil fuels attracted more than 400 people. Rachel Evans reports.
More than 1000 Iranians and supporters took part in a moving global protest in Sydney. Rachel Evans reports.
Activists are calling for the end to native forest logging in NSW state forests. Rachel Evans reports.