Hundreds of school students marched to environment minister Tanya Plibersek’s office in Gadi/Sydney to oppose Labor’s continued support for coal and gas projects, reports Aneesa Bhamjee.
Palestinians are suing United States President Joe Biden and his secretaries of state and defense to stop them from further aiding and abetting Israel’s genocide in Gaza.
Approximately 500 people gathered at the Darwin Esplanade to demand Labor calls for an immediate ceasefire. Stephen W Enciso reports.
Socialist Alliance City of Greater Geelong councillor Sarah Hathway has been prevented from tabling a motion calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Gaza war. Sue Bull reports.
The University of Melbourne Palestine Action Group held a speak-out against Israel’s war crimes on the campus. Daniel Weber reports.
The actors’ union reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract with Hollywood and television studio bosses in the United States on November 8, ending its historic 118-day strike, reports Malik Miah.
In a country genuinely engaged in decolonisation, countering colonial narratives would be undertaken by the state, argues Michelle Berkon.
Green Left journalists Isaac Nellist and Aneesa Bhamjee go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.
TEPCO began its third discharge of treated Fukushima radioactive wastewater into the Pacific Ocean, reports Peter Boyle.
Campaigners presented a petition calling on Labor to fulfil its human rights obligations to install accessible tram stops along Sydney Road. Darren Saffin reports.
The Reserve Bank claims to be impartial, but the big banks are big winners from the rise in interest rates. Peter Boyle explains.
War crimes whistleblower David McBride received a hero's welcome when he arrived to face court, writes Alex Bainbridge.
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