Gadigal Country/Sydney

A passionate meeting at the University of Sydney encampment voted to reject management’s “offer” and students committed to staying over the winter break. Suelin McCarthy and Rachel Evans report.

Public sector unions and Unions NSW have rejected NSW Labor’s pay offer, saying it will not help retain existing workers, or attract new ones which are desperately needed. Jim McIlroy reports.

Muhammad Khaled Abu Mahmoud, a former President of the General Union of Palestinian Engineers, Australia branch, and a survivor of the Nakba, gave this speech to the Nakba protest.

Cover image of Voice of Palestine

Pro-Palestinian solidarity activists in Australia have long been spreading information about the tragedy of the Palestinian people and the legitimacy of their revolution to Australian society, writes Khaled Ghannam. One example is the Arabic language publication Sawt Falastine (Voice of Palestine), first published in 1974.

NSW Greens Senator David Shoebridge told a “Kill The Bill” protest at Sydney Town Hall that Labor’s Deportation and Entry Ban bill would give the immigration minister “god-like powers”. Peter Boyle reports.

In his speech to a pro-Palestine rally, Nick Riemer asked how Vice-Chancellors can dare accuse us of violence when they are courting deeper links with the war industry?

A protest in solidarity with the Palestinian people at the University of Sydney drew dozens of students and activists from the Palestinian and Arab community. Khaled Ghannam reports.

The National Tertiary Education Union at the University of Sydney has voted to support an institutional academic boycott of Israeli universities and to cut ties with weapons industries. Pip Hinman reports.

NSW Labor has amended the Local Government Act to give the minister more power over whether forcibly-merged councils can demerge, breaking one of its pre-election promises. Pip Hinman reports.

Several hundred climate activists rallied outside Kirribilli House, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s residence, as part of environment groups’ 12-day Rise Up campaign. Coral Wynter reports.

Protesters gathered as part of an international day of action against the surge in military spending to demand Labor cut its military budget and cancel the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarines. Jim McIlroy reports.

Year 11 student Jeremy told a climate rally outside Tanya Plibersek's office that “climate change is threatening our future”. Jim McIlroy reports.