A clear anti-AUKUS message was sent to PM Anthony Albanese a day before he arrived in the Philippines for talks with President Marcos on greater militarisation in the South China Sea. Pip Hinman reports.
A federal cross-party delegation for Julian Assange, including Nationals, independents, Greens, Labor and Liberals, leaves for the US later in September. Stephen Langford reports.
At its recent summit, the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) resolved to continue the independence struggle from inside West Papua and reaffirmed its demand that Indonesia lift its international media ban in the occupied territory, reports Susan Price.
Farmers in NSW are furious that Scott Morrison’s gas-led recovery plan has been quietly continued by Labor, threatening the prime crop-growing soil and water of the Condamine Floodplain and Liverpool Plains. Elena Garcia reports.
It's probably no surprise that the Intergenerational Report 2023 passed without much comment. It forecasts the need for greater income revenue, and that will fall to a younger generation. Sam Wainwright reports.
While discussion at the “The Palestinian Catastrophe” public meeting was lively, participants and speakers agreed that Labor needed to step up its support for Palestine. Jim McIlroy reports.
The National Tertiary Education Union at Monash University protested outside a meeting of the university’s Executive Council in support of their enterprise agreement. Brenna Dempsey reports.
Community lawyer Renee Lees has condemned Queensland Labor's decision to allow children to be indefinitely detained as “outrageous” and “without justification”. Alex Bainbridge reports.
Green Left's Peter Boyle spoke to Denise Yoon, a key organiser of the South Korean protests against the dumping of radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean — which began on August 25.
The campaign to save the coastal Binybara/Lee Point site from being destroyed for a Defence Housing Australia project continues. Jim McIlroy reports.
Woodside and the WA government have stepped up their attacks on peaceful climate protesters with the help of Kerry Stokes’ media emporium. Binoy Kampmark reports.
“We need a powerful movement to make action on climate change unstoppable,” Alexa Stuart, a Rising Tide organiser, told a public meeting. Jim McIlroy reports.
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