Alex Salmon reviews Failures of Command, a book about a family's search for truth about their son's death just two months after his deployment to Afghanistan in 2012.
GetUp has released how-to-vote recommendations for a number of seats in the coming election including in Leichhardt where Pat O'Shane is standing. Alex Bainbridge reports.
The Arkadia Building in Alexandria, close to transport and opposite Sydney Park, is a model of what government-supported affordable housing could look like, argues Andrew Chuter.
More than 50 protesters defied the rain to call on Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional New South Wales Paul Toole to end coal. Charles Boag reports.
The stake for Black women and the working class in the fight for abortion rights and to become equal and full citizens is existential, writes Malik Miah.
If Elon Musk was in Russia, Western propaganda would call him an “oligarch”, but since he is in the United States he is referred to as a “very successful businessman”, writes Barry Sheppard.
While essential workers kept society running through the pandemic, governments and bosses worked assiduously to undermine their pay and conditions. Federico Fuentes reports.
The Transport Workers Union has welcomed a full bench decision by the Federal Court that Qantas’ outsourcing of nearly 2000 ground crew workers two years ago was illegal. Jim McIlroy reports.
The latest episode of the Green Left Show features Hayden Patterson, Amanda (from SayNo7) and Angela Carr who discuss what sort of welfare policy we need.
To discuss the significance of the recent election result in Slovenia and what it might mean for the left, we spoke with Miha Kordiš from the radical left party, Levica.
Unionists and refugee activists gathered at the State Library to show solidarity with refugees who continue to be denied safety and security. Andrea Bortoli reports.
Suzanne James asks Shayne Higson and Greg Connell for an update on the stalled NSW Voluntary Assisted Dying bill.