Cruelty has caught fire in Australian politics; cowardice has become the currency affecting exchange with Washington and London, argues Stuart Rees.
The ruling to allow Julian Assange's extradition to the United States is based on fraudulent “assurances” scrabbled together by the Biden administration when it looked in January like justice might prevail, writes John Pilger.
Tracy Sorensen reviews the latest work by award-winning author Stephen Gapps, which recounts the furious and bloody war that began with the occupation of Wiradyuri lands.
A national weekend of action against AUKUS was organised over December 10-12, with protests in Canberra, Perth, Sydney, Wollongong, Hobart, Brisbane and Adelaide. Kerry Smith reports.
A protest against the forced removal of Aboriginal children was organised on Human Rights Day in Redfern. Rachel Evans reports.
School students protested outside National Australia Bank headquarters calling on it to stop funding fossil fuels. Coral Wynter reports.
A protest called on United States multinational investment management corporation BlackRock not to fund Adani. Coral Wynter reports.
The British decision to extradite Julian Assange is an attack on us all, argues Socialist Alliance Senate candidate Kamala Emanuel.
The history of “humanitarian” or policing missions is one of taking sides, argues Binoy Kampmark.
The 60th anniversary of the raising of the Morning Star flag was marked by activists in solidarity with West Papua at the State Library. Aaron Craine reports.
Tens of thousands of teachers went on strike across New South Wales against staff shortages and for sustainable workloads and better wages. Jim McIlroy reports.
With $US165 million of production costs on the big screen, you would expect Dune to be impressive and it does not let you down, writes Barry Healy.
Protesters rallied in Sydney against the federal government’s religious discrimination bill. Rachel Evans reports.
After a seven-year battle, the East Gippsland community in eastern Victoria has defeated Kalbar Resources’ proposed mineral sands mine. Alan Broughton reports.
Famed Hollywood director Oliver Stone returns to the question of the Kennedy assassination in his new, four-hour long documentary, which draws upon new evidence, writes Barry Healy.