The Shadow of the Day is a study in miniature of the Italian Fascist era’s stifling atmosphere and the costs of personal survival. Barry Healy reviews.
Around 5000 people attended the radical left summer school of the France Insoumise (FI), held at the end of August at Valence in the South of France, reports John Mullen.
Charles Sturt University will repay millions in unpaid wages to current and former casual staff, in a life-changing win for casual employees. Susan Price reports.
Hans Baer reviews Living Democracy: An ecological manifesto for the end of the world as we know it.
Floods have devastated Pakistan, affecting millions of people and incurring huge economic losses. Farooq Tariq provides a briefing on the disaster and an appeal for funds.
While university managements are boasting huge surpluses, they are refusing to make their largely casualised staff permanent and award them pay rises. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Senator Jordon Steele-John has accused Labor of failing to draw on the expertise of the lived experience of disability advocates and fears that mistakes will be repeated. Nova Sobieralski and Zoe Wing report.
West Papuan human rights activists have condemned the killings of four West Papuans in the Pigapu-Logopon Village in the Mimika Regency on August 22, reports Susan Price.
The NSW local government minister's support for Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council to demerge opens the way for other councils to deamalgamate. Pip Hinman reports.
The FBI raid on former United States President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida has put the spotlight back on the nefarious Espionage Act, reports Barry Sheppard.
Fisherfolk and environmentalists say knowingly damaging the oceans for the sake of outdated and unnecessary fossil fuel exploration is wrong. Darrin Saffin reports.
Ukrainian agricultural expert Mykhailo Amosov talks about the devastating impact of Russia's invasion on Ukraine’s agricultural sector, and the link between the war and the fight against climate change.