Attacks on LGBTIQ protesters outside a church where One Nation leader Mark Latham was speaking have alarmed many activists. Sue Bull reports.
Hundreds of trans rights supporters demonstrated their solidarity and opposition to transphobic agitator Kellie-Jay Keen Minshull’s speaking engagement at Parliament House. Darren Saffin reports.
Events marking the 20th anniversary of the illegal invasion of Iraq were organised across Australia, with calls to scrap AUKUS and free Julian Assange. Jacob Andrewartha reports.
Italian artist Davide Dormino’s life-sized bronze sculptures of Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden invite the public to show solidarity with whistleblowers. Peter Boyle reports.
A Pride solidarity convoy was organised in response to a homophobic letter sent anonymously to a local household who was flying a rainbow Pride flag. Susan Price reports.
Two unions covering rail workers in New South Wales have welcomed the federal Fair Work Commission’s decision to grant a pay rise for rail staff over 2022–23. Jim McIlroy reports.
A packed meeting in the heart of the PM's electorate has called on Labor to not repeat the mistake of the Iraq war by joining the United States-led war drive against China. Peter Boyle reports.
A protest about soaring rents and a lack of housing affordability was organised outside Parliament House. Renfrey Clarke reports.
Rachel Evans visits the Waterloo and Glebe public housing estates to speak to public housing tenants and activists about solutions to the housing crisis overshadowing the coming NSW election..
Ben Radford and Isaac Nellist take you through the latest news from Australia and around the world.
The new Safeguard Mechanism protects the fossil fuel industry and does nothing to save our climate from disaster according to Richard Denniss. Jim McIlroy reports.
Climate activist Violet Coco has been released after a successful appeal of her 15-month jail sentence for blocking one lane of traffic for about 30 minutes on the Sydney Harbour Bridge last April. Ben Radford reports.
A Rising Tide climate camp, from April 14-17, is set to launch a campaign to shut down the world’s biggest coal port by 2030. Niko Leka reports.
Environment, union and left groups are pushing back against anti-protest laws that target environmentalists. Mary Merkenich reports.
Stop AUKUS WA launched its Nuke Free Cockburn Sound campaign the day after the PM announced the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal. Leonie Lundy reports.
In the midst of a worsening cost-of-living crisis, more than 3 million Australians continue to be burdened by student debts. Isaac Nellist reports.
Residents for Deamalgamation confronted Labor's Philippa Scott and The Greens' Kobi Shetty about their views on demerging Inner West Council. Pip Hinman reports.
A snap protest was held in Sydney on March 14 in response to the official announcement of the $368 billion AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine deal.
Reaction against the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal has been swift, reports Pip Hinman.
More than 100 people rallied at Hyde Park to demand the nationwide decriminalisation of sex work. Wei Thai-Haynes reports.
Human Rights Law Centre managing lawyer Sanmati Verma told a forum that the Fast Track process was “designed to see people fail”. Chris Slee reports.
Hundreds of women took part in the 2023 International Women's Day march in Sydney, reports Peter Boyle.
“We don’t surrender,” One Nation's Mark Latham said recently. He is using a legal loophole to try and get two representatives in the NSW Legislative Council to push his bigoted agenda. Paul Gregoire reports.
Labor’s small target strategy offers little to people and further shrinks the already thin political differences between the major parties, argues Peter Boyle.
This fish kill is not a natural disaster. Unless we tackle the fundamental problem in our rivers, there will be many more to come, writes Richard Kingsford.
Tim Gooden celebrates those workers who won the 8-hour working day and proposes five campaigns the union movement must fight for today.
Young people are moving away from the major parties in search of real political change, Isaac Nellist reports.
We need a foreign policy that is based on justice and peace, not more militarism to prepare the country for a new cold war against China, argues Jacob Andrewartha.
Three weeks before the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal was announced, a new plan to build a large renewable energy hub at Port Kembla was unveiled. Melanie Barnes reports.
World Pride showcased how accepted the LGBTIQ community really is. However, rights still need to be legislated, argues Rachel Evans.
The campaign to free Julian Assange is about our most precious human right: to be free, writes John Pilger.
Isaac Nellist, who is standing on the Socialist Alliance Legislative Council ticket in the NSW election, talks about the campaign.
The Antipoverty Centre has criticised Anthony Albanese’s decision to spend a staggering $368 billion on nuclear submarines. Isaac Nellist reports.
Nimalakaran Sinnakkili called for permanent protection for the remaining refugees and asylum seekers living in the community or imprisoned in detention centres in Australia and Nauru.
More than $120 billion has already been spent stabilising the stricken Fukushima site, and the crisis continues. Dave Sweeney and Sue Wareham report.
John Mullen describes the escalating revolt against pensions attacks in France and argues for an indefinite strike to defeat Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron's attack on workers.
Hundreds of people have staged a protest outside the government headquarters in Beirut in the second consecutive day of protests against the ongoing economic crisis, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Communist Party of Swaziland activist Mvuselelo Mkhabela escaped from a hospital after being shot and tortured by the police, reports Peoples Dispatch.
The latest migrant drownings off the Tunisian coast have led to further scrutiny of Tunisia’s treatment of migrants from sub-Saharan Africa, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Natalia Marques spoke to young activists in Cuba to find out how the new law was won through grassroots dialogue.
Demonstrators took to the streets across Greece to protest the government's handling of last month's Tempi railway disaster, reports Brett Wilkins.
Rohima Miah reports that thousands of peace and anti-war activists rallied in Washington under the banner "Fund People's Needs, Not the War Machine!"
When Ukrainian writer, teacher and activist Marko Bojcun died in England on March 11, an important link snapped in the chain of struggle for the Ukrainian people’s social and national emancipation, writes Dick Nichols.
There has been a flurry of visits by United States' officials to the Pacific over the past year in a bid to shore up imperial hegemony in the region. Binoy Kampmark reports.
A new report documents the ongoing human, social, economic and environmental toll of the Iraq war, reports Brett Wilkins.
French president Emmanuel Macron’s government narrowly survived a no-confidence motion over his decree enforcing the attack on pensions, reports John Mullen.
Hoyam Abbas, from the United Sudanese Revolutionary Forces Abroad, talks about the current stage of Sudan's democratic revolution against military rule.
Britain’s Illegal Migration Bill is bankrupt, unprincipled and modelled on Australia’s cruel refugee policy, writes Binoy Kampmark.
French President Emmanuel Macron has decided at the last moment to impose his pension bill by decree, reports John Mullen.
Maung Maung Than discusses the state of the people's resistance to the military coup regime in Burma/Myanmar and actions being prepared for Burma Revolution Day .
The People’s Democratic Party will likely be forced to use a different party name in the May 14 snap poll, due to a politically motivated trial against it, reports Susan Price.
South Africa’s parliament has downgraded the status of Israel’s embassy to “liaison office” due to Israel’s continued violation of Palestinian human rights, reports Ben Radford.
A peaceful resolution to the kidnapping of Phillip Mehrtens and Indonesia's war of occupation in West Papua needs to be found, writes Yamin Kogoya.
An impending investigation may shed some light on abuses at the hands of RCMP officers against Indigenous land defenders and mining and forestry protesters, reports Jeff Shantz.
Mary Lou McDonald, A Republican Riddle is no hagiography, nor is it a glib hatchet-job, writes Bill Nevins.
Writer, journalist, filmmaker and tennis enthusiast David Berry reveals tennis’ secret radical history, writes Alex Salmon.
The final concert in Roger Waters's “This Is Not a Drill” tour across Europe has been cancelled, reports Vijay Prashad and Katie Halper.