The strike by nearly 7500 dock workers in British Columbia may have come to an end after nearly two weeks, as the union and shipping bosses announced a tentative agreement, reports Jeff Shantz.
Boat turn-backs. Offshore Detention. Refusal to settle groups of refugees in Australia. This triad is the 10-year-long contemporary White Australia policy of governments, Labor and Coalition. Jonathan Strauss argues for the need to step up the pressure.
Protesters urged Japanese import/export conglomerate Itochu Corporation against investing in Whitehaven Coal. Coral Wynter reports.
A crowd rallied outside federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek’s office demanding an end to Labor's support for the Middle Arm gas project in the NT. Jim McIlroy reports.
In a case brought by Iranian Kurdish refugee Mostafa Azimitabar (“Moz”), Federal Court judge Bernard Murphy ruled that while hotel detention is inhumane, it is still legal. Chris Slee reports.
We need to get our land back, get every kid out of the prison system and end Black deaths in custody. Don’t you think I’d be saying “Yes” if this powerless body had a say in any of those things? Djab Wurrung Gunnai Gunditjmara Senator Lidia Thorpe explains her opposition to the Voice to Parliament.
Against the backdrop of AUKUS, this year’s biennial Talisman Sabre war rehearsals in the Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales will involve the biggest number of countries yet. Pip Hinman reports.
Indonesian security forces violently cracked down on a peaceful West Papuan National Congress (KNPB) demonstration on July 12, called to show support for West Papua's application to become a full member of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG), reports Susan Price.
While the Royal Commission report into Robodebt did not recommend systemic compensation to the victims, it did suggest lifting the rate for social security benefits. Alex Bainbridge reports.
In a major step towards formal recognition of the Anthropocene as a new stage in Earth System history, scientists have identified a small lake near Toronto as the best marker of epochal change, writes Climate & Capitalism editor Ian Angus.
More than 10 days into the mass strike by Canadian dockworkers in British Columbia, dockworkers on the West Coast of the United States declared their refusal to handle containers rerouted from the struck Port of Vancouver, reports Jeff Shantz.
Ten activists — members of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB) — were arrested by Indonesian authorities on July 11 in Jayapura, while handing out leaflets to promote a protest, reports Susan Price.
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