We are witnessing barbaric aggression visited upon hapless Palestinians as part of the Zionist Establishment's project of ethnic cleansing, argues John Ebel.
Water activists have won a legal case against Adani's plans to build a water guzzling pipeline in central Queensland, reports Margaret Gleeson.
About 100 people protested outside Harvey Norman in Hobart to support the ACTU’s submission for a pay rise, reports Sam Wainwright.
Green Left speaks to Bob Zellner about Son of the South, a new film that tells his story of breaking from his Ku-Klux-Klan heritage to become the first white Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee organiser.
In a spectacular start to the Disrupt Land Forces, anti-militarism activists blocked two military vehicles from entering the Brisbane Convention Centre, reports Kerry Smith.
Labor councillors are trying to overturn an Inner West Council decision to conduct a referendum of residents on de-amalgamation at the next local government election. Pip Hinman reports.
A vigil was organised in Adelaide to show solidarity with the people of Colombia, reports Sam Wainwright.
The NSW Nationals’ narrow victory in the Upper Hunter byelection has saved the scandal-plagued government of Premier Gladys Berejiklian, writes Stephen O'Brien.
The Greens' proposal for wealth tax is a good start, but only a mass union and community campaign will be able to force the billionaire class to pay up, argues Peter Boyle.
Health workers went on strike and protests were held at the opening of the G20's Global Health Summit in Rome, reports Peoples Dispatch.
The elections for Chile’s Constitutional Convention show a huge public desire for true social-political transformation and, crucially, provide the means to achieve it, writes Victor Figueroa Clark.
Mat Ward takes a look back at May's political news and the best new music that related to it.
In a historic verdict, the District Court of the Hague has ruled that fossil-fuel giant Shell must reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 45% within 10 years, writes Kerry Smith.
Moroccan authorities have set in motion a wave of migration to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta to punish it for providing hospital care to leaders of the Polisario Front, writes Dick Nichols.
A new book has revealed that crime rates in Australia have fallen markedly in the last two decades. But, as Chris Slee notes, the book's authors fail to adequately link crime rates to unemployment or other ecomonic factors.
Dynamic community leader and communist Norm Dixon passed away on May 11. Rachel Evans reflects on his life.