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Rachel Evans and Alex Bainbridge argue Labor's claim that its tactics defeated the Religious Discrimination Bill do not stack up. 

Kuku Yalanji woman Pat O’Shane’s campaign for the seat of Leichhardt for Socialist Alliance in Far North Queensland was launched on February 13. Alex Bainbridge reports.

After several months of failed negotiations, radiology staff at I-MED Victoria stopped work on all sites on February 14. Sarah Hathway reports.

Grace Tame and Brittany Higgins were widely praised for using their National Press Club addresses to highlight politicians' hypocrisy. Sue Bull argues we need action not words.

Gail Hickey led the march through Redfern to remember the death of her son, TJ Hickey, 18 years ago. Isaac Nellist reports.

About 10,000 anti-vaccination protesters from around the country converged on Parliament House on February 12. Kerry Smith reports.

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Independent journalist and podcaster Rodrigo Acuña has teamed up with journalist Nicholas Ford on a new documentary project about Venezuela, reports Susan Price.

Nurses and Midwives strike outside NSW Parliament on February 15, 2022.

The New South Wales Nurses and Midwives Association went on strike on February 15, defying the Industrial Relations Commission’s order to cancel its action, write Pip Hinman and Viv Miley.

After two years of campaigning, and amid threats to cancel the enterprise agreement, the Maritime Union of Australia has reached an agreement with Patrick Stevedores. Jim McIlroy reports.

Walden Bello

The Party of the Labouring Masses and Fight of the Masses are jointly fielding a slate of candidates in the May 9 national elections in the Philippines. Vice presidential candidate Walden Bello spoke at the election platform launch.

Climate activists Petrina Harley and Alex Salmon are running for the Socialist Alliance in the WA Senate while Sam Wainwright is standing for the seat of Fremantle. Janet Parker reports.

Anti-war protest in the United States. Photo: Code Pink/Twitter

The United States and its backing of far-right forces in Ukraine is the biggest impediment to peace, writes Barry Sheppard.

The Hobart City Council has added to the pressure on the federal government to release refugees from indefinite detention in the Park Hotel prison in Melbourne. Chloe DS reports.

Paula Sanchez, who is running for the Socialist Alliance in the NSW Senate, has called on the public to back the nurses’ strike on February 15. Pip Hinman reports.

If we needed more proof that the “religious discrimination” bill was anything more than an attempt to discriminate against the LGBTIQ community, the Australian Christian Lobby provided it, argues Petrina Harley.

Justice for Amir Locke

Protesters again took to the streets of Minneapolis, Minnesota — where George Floyd was murdered by cops in 2020 — demanding justice for a young Black man killed by the police, reports Malik Miah.

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