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Prime Minister Scott Morrison made Australia even more of a climate pariah at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, argues Sarah Hathway.

Steve O’Brien, who is running for Lord Mayor of Newcastle and councillor in Ward 1, discusses his people before profit campaign.

Residents in the Inner West Council will soon be able to vote on whether to de-amalgamate their forcibly merged councils, Tileah Dobson reports.

Children and young people are experiencing a mental health epidemic. Markela Panegyres argues that resources are not being made available either for treatment or to tackle some of the causes.

Activists highlighted Warren Entsch's climate hypocrisy, reports Kerry Smith.

The focus on "net zero" and “fossil fuels versus renewables” does not do justice to the critical need for just solutions for the Global South and Indigenous peoples, writes Ruchira Talukdar.

Health care workers protest. Photo: Daniel O'Donnell/Labor Notes

Thousands of workers are on strike in the United States, in what is being dubbed “Striketober”, reports Malik Miah.

Inner West Council Mayor Rochelle Porteous won support for a motion to consult residents about re-establishing residents’ precinct committees. Isaac Nellist reports.

Hands off Glebe and Action for Public Housing hosted an online forum to discuss how best to defend New South Wales public housing from the state government’s plan to sell it off. Rachel Evans reports.

EH Bildu leader Arnaldo Otegi and Sortu leader Arkaitz Rodriguez cr Javier Etxezarreta (EFE)

In a historic declaration, left-independentist alliance EH Bildu has acknowledged the suffering caused by the actions of its former armed wing, Basque Homeland and Freedom (ETA), reports Dick Nichols.

Binoy Kampmar sums up Day 1 of the appeal hearing against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Supporters of the struggle for peace, democracy and women’s rights in Kobane, Rojava, gathered to mark World Kobane Day. Peter Boyle reports.

Learn about Sydney's history of feminist organising at this upcoming event on November 7.

 

Prominent figures in Aotearoa (New Zealand) are calling on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to offer Wikileaks founder Julian Assange asylum, reports Matt Robson.

First Nations children are still being stolen from their family, culture and Country — and at an increasing rate. Markela Panegyres reports on a NSW Greens' bill that is seeking to make this colonial practice illegal.

As the world awaits the outcome of the United States' appeal to extradite Julian Assange from Britain, the WikiLeaks founder's courage is beyond doubt, writes John Pilger.

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