Unionists say the anti-union Australian Building and Construction Commission should be abolished immediately. Jim McIlroy reports.
Sam Wallman has released his long-awaited first book, Our Members Be Unlimited, a comic about workers and their unions. Andrew Chuter reviews.
Western capital is eyeing the profit potential of a new Marshall Plan for Ukraine, writes William Briggs.
Socialist Alliance welcomes the success of Sri Lanka’s mass protest movement in forcing President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's removal and calls on the federal government to provide humanitarian, not military, aid to Sri Lanka.
Protesters rallied outside a Santos office, calling on it to abandon its Narrabri Gas Project in the Pilliga State Forest in north-west NSW. Jim McIlroy reports.
There are grave fears for the safety of Ukrainian anti-fascist and human rights activist Maksym Butkevych, following his capture by Russians troops, reports Federico Fuentes.
The United States Supreme Court ruling on June 29 represents a major setback to First Nations peoples’ legal rights. Malik Miah reports.
The shock of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s assassination should not blind us to the fact that he was an ultranationalist and militarist politician, who sought to whitewash imperial Japan’s war crimes, writes Rupen Savoulian.
Woodside has no social licence for its Scarborough Gas Project, which threatens to unleash as much as 1.7 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere over its lifetime, writes Sam Wainwright.
Australia is not well prepared for the new COVID-19 wave because public health took a hit over the first two years of the pandemic. Alex Bainbridge canvasses measures that could keep us safe.
Ukrainian feminists from The Feminist Initiative Group released 'The right to resist.' A feminist manifesto on July 7 in response to a document entitled Feminist Resistance Against War Manifesto.
PM Anthony Albanese’s decision to keep controversial senior public servant Mike Pezzullo on as home affairs secretary doesn’t bode well for those hoping for progressive change, argues Paul Gregoire.
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