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Minns has turned his back on the LGBTIQ community.

New South Wales Premier is reportedly watering down a bill to ban gay conversion therapy after pressure from the new NSW Faith Affairs Council. Paul Gregoire reports. 

two sister's bodies wrapped in cloth

Stuart Rees responds to months of genocide in Gaza and the West Bank.

With more than 57,000 households on the NSW public housing wait list, public housing tenants are determined not to let their homes be demolished. Rachel Evans reports. 

The US case against Julian Assange redefines investigative journalism as espionage, journalist Mary Kostakidis said, adding that extradition to the US will cost him his freedom and quite likely his life. Jim McIlroy reports.

New South Wales Coroner Teresa O’Sullivan has suspended the inquest into the death in 2022 of Dunghutti teenager Jai Wright and referred it to the Department of Public Prosecutions. Kerry Smith reports.

Israel has always appropriated and exceptionalised Jewish suffering, but anti-Zionist Jews reclaim their suffering under Nazi persecution from Israel’s propaganda machine, Michelle Berkon told a Palestine rally.

The Save the Powerhouse group is concerned that NSW Labor is going back on its promise to end the secrecy surrounding this much loved and internationally admired arts and sciences museum. Kerry Smith reports.

 

Kurdish supporters of the Western Sydney Wanderers showed their solidarity with Kurdish soccer players at the team’s winning January 1 match. Peter Boyle reports.

Thousands marched through the streets of Gadi/Sydney on December 30 demanding an end to Israel's ongoing genocidal war on Gaza, reports Peter Boyle.

An emergency rally was held on December 29 to protest the latest escalation of the Turkish state's bombing of civilian infrastructure (including power stations, factories and even hospitals) in the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (Rojava), reports Peter Boyle.

woman making a peace sign with both hands

The presence of the Basij militia of the Revolutionary Guards and other security agencies has turned Iran's universities into barracks, writes Mohammad Sadeghpour.

A residents' initiative led to the City of Sydney Council passing a ceasefire motion at its last meeting of the year. Peter Boyle reports.