As Israel stormed a major hospital in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, killing patients, Australians took to the streets across the country to call for a permanent ceasefire. Alex Salmon, Peter Boyle, Susan Price, Jacob Andrewartha and Sarah Hathway report.
Accessible financial and other material supports, including housing, for victim-survivors are an important part of combatting gendered violence. Aneesa Bhamjee reports.
The NSW United Services Union has launched a campaign to ensure school cleaners are properly paid and their work conditions improved. Jim McIlroy reports.
Green Left’s Federico Fuentes interviewed Viktoriia Pihul, a council member of Ukrainian democratic socialist organisation Social Movement, regarding the situation in Ukraine two years after the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion.
Following a Dutch appeals court ruling to halt the export and transit of all F-35 parts to Israel within seven days, the Netherlands' government is taking the matter to the country’s Supreme Court, reports Binoy Kampmark.
Bill Nevins revews Paul Lynch’s Booker Prize-winning novel, set in a near-future Ireland, where fascists have come to power.
Poetry by Tamara Pearson.
Justice John Sackar’s report on LGBTIQ hate crimes is a damning indictment of the NSW Police. Josh Adams reports.
Children and families flew kites for the children of Gaza at Lermont-Wiradguri Park in Bathurst. Kerry Smith reports.
The new progressive Community First ticket contesting Cairns Regional Council local government elections and for mayor is campaigning for local democracy and transparency. Alex Bainbridge reports.
A Dutch court has ordered the Netherlands' government to cease exporting F-35 fighter jet parts to Israel that are being used in the war in Gaza, reports Kerry Smith.
Anti-war socialist Boris Kagarlitsky has been sentenced to five years’ jail on appeal, a harsh sentence his supporters say is due to his opposition to Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine, writes Federico Fuentes.
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