Unionists say the anti-union Australian Building and Construction Commission should be abolished immediately. Jim McIlroy reports.
Protesters rallied outside a Santos office, calling on it to abandon its Narrabri Gas Project in the Pilliga State Forest in north-west NSW. Jim McIlroy reports.
Pro Choice Cairns and March 4 Justice Cairns organised a well-attended rally and march for abortion rights. Angela Walker reports.
Workers at the Better Read Than Dead bookshop in Newtown have won a landmark enterprise agreement. Isaac Nellist reports.
New federal environment minister Tanya Plibersek is being asked to reconsider nearly all new coal and gas proposals awaiting federal approval. Cam Walker reports.
Maritime workers, who recently made a daring rescue of 21 seafarers in wild seas off Australia's east coast, are fighting to maintain their pay and conditions against Svitzer Tugs attempts to cut them. Jim McIlroy reports.
Tim Cumins, the father of imprisoned environmentalist Max Cumins, has called for his son and activist Tim Neville to be released from Silverwater jail. Rachel Evans reports.
Close Don Dale NOW! activist Natalie Hunter has denounced that “our kids are crying out for help and it is falling on apathetic ears”. Stephen W Enciso reports.
An estimated 5000 people took part in the National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee march, reports Sue Bolton.
Climate activist Jay Larbalestier narrowly avoided jail time for the offence of blocking peak hour traffic on Sydney’s Harbour Bridge. Susan Price reports.
Protests for abortion access in Australia were organised on the weekend of July 5–6 in several cities. Kerry Smith reports.
Geelong Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF Victorian Branch) delegates are thrilled that a socialist and a feminist was announced 2022 Job Representative of the year. Sue Bull reports.
Unionists are keen for Labor to act on its promise to expand family violence leave for all workers. Jackie Kris reports.
Socialist Alliance welcomes the success of Sri Lanka’s mass protest movement in forcing President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's removal and calls on the federal government to provide humanitarian, not military, aid to Sri Lanka.
Woodside has no social licence for its Scarborough Gas Project, which threatens to unleash as much as 1.7 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere over its lifetime, writes Sam Wainwright.
Australia is not well prepared for the new COVID-19 wave because public health took a hit over the first two years of the pandemic. Alex Bainbridge canvasses measures that could keep us safe.
PM Anthony Albanese’s decision to keep controversial senior public servant Mike Pezzullo on as home affairs secretary doesn’t bode well for those hoping for progressive change, argues Paul Gregoire.
New South Wales Greens MP Abigail Boyd told Suzanne James that NSW Labor has abandoned its base, ignoring the wave of concern about climate change that obliterated the federal Coalition government.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has promised to renew Australia’s standing in the region at the Pacific Islands Forum in Fiji. However, Peter Boyle argues it's not looking good given the country's record and projections on climate and militarisation.
Beware powerful people who claim that democratic governments in the United States, Britain and Australia administer justice always according to some time-honoured principle about rules of law, argues Stuart Rees.
The latest episode of the Green Left Show focuses on trans rights, and features Charlie Murphy and Nova Sobieralski.
Western capital is eyeing the profit potential of a new Marshall Plan for Ukraine, writes William Briggs.
There are grave fears for the safety of Ukrainian anti-fascist and human rights activist Maksym Butkevych, following his capture by Russians troops, reports Federico Fuentes.
The United States Supreme Court ruling on June 29 represents a major setback to First Nations peoples’ legal rights. Malik Miah reports.
The shock of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s assassination should not blind us to the fact that he was an ultranationalist and militarist politician, who sought to whitewash imperial Japan’s war crimes, writes Rupen Savoulian.
Ukrainian feminists from The Feminist Initiative Group released 'The right to resist.' A feminist manifesto on July 7 in response to a document entitled Feminist Resistance Against War Manifesto.
Britain’s impressively dishonest and disorganised right-wing Prime Minister Boris Johnson is leaving office, and just about everybody is pleased to see the back of him, writes Derek Wall.
Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, European left parties have been debating their anti-war positions. Die Linke, Germany’s left party, is about to launch a new round of discussion ahead of its 2023 national congress, reports Sibylle Kaczorek.
The people’s movement in Sri Lanka that converged in the last three months achieved its main objective on July 9 with President Nandasena Gotabhaya Rajapakse's offer to resign, reports Janaka Biyanwila.
West Papua advocates are calling on Pacific nations to raise the issue of Indonesia's human rights abuses on the 24th anniversary of the Biak massacre, reports Susan Price.
Every Black person knows the double standards in policing and the legal system, writes Malik Miah.
Egyptian activists have issued an urgent appeal to the global climate justice movement as Egypt prepares to host the COP27 climate summit in November, reports Susan Price.
Sam Wallman has released his long-awaited first book, Our Members Be Unlimited, a comic about workers and their unions. Andrew Chuter reviews.
Namarali tells the story of Worrorra man Donny (Yorna) Woolagoodja's project to replenish and renew Worrorra tradition and pass on this knowledge to young Worrorra people, writes Barry Healy.
Kaepernick & America portrays a person of courage and commitment while revealing the racist sickness at the heart of US culture, writes Barry Healy.