Iranian teachers staged a two-day strike on October 24, as anti-government sentiment continues to grow, reports Susan Price.
National solidarity actions have been called by the family of Cassius Turvey, a young Noongar man who died after being set upon and beaten by youths with an iron bar. Kerry Smith reports.
At a time when science should be guiding government policy, important climate research is under attack, reports Ben Radford.
Apple workers struck for 24 hours, taking the next step in their unprecedented national industrial action campaign for a better agreement. Isaac Nellist reports.
Activists gathered outside Homes Victoria to demand an end to the privatisation of housing and for more public housing to be built. Isaac Nellist reports.
The United States public relations firm helping Egypt organise COP27 also works for major oil companies and has been accused of greenwashing on their behalf, report Ben Webster and Lucas Amin.
Artist and playwright Jepke Goudsmit presents her impressions of Patricio Guzman's new documentary on Chile's second revolution.
The Renters and Housing Union organised a protest on as part of its campaign to put rights for renters on the agenda. Elizabeth Bantas reports.
The Maritime Union of Australia has condemned an Australian company resuming trade in phosphate plundered from Western Sahara, a country under an illegal occupation by Morocco. Kerry Smith reports.
Nala Mansell of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre said the police officers responsible for assaulting a young man in custody must be stood down. Kerry Smith reports.
“Stop the cuts,” is the usual left response at budget time. But on the eve of the first budget to be delivered by the Anthony Albanese Labor government, there are three cuts we should support. Peter Boyle reports.
Following its liberation from Islamic State, Raqqa is rebuilding its damaged infrastructure, economy, health and education sectors, and constructing a pluralistic, grassroots democracy, reports ANF English.