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Trade Unionists for Palestine hosted a forum which discussed workers’ rights to stand in solidarity with Palestine in their workplaces. Rachel Evans reports.

DJ deck with dove of peace

With the escalating conflict in Gaza, the disproportionate violence and ongoing occupation of Palestine, a group of DJs, and performers in Sydney started talking about ways they could demonstrate their solidarity with people feeling the pain of war, reports Kerry Smith.

Representatives of more than 30 community organisations met to discuss working more closely to oppose AUKUS and the US-Australia war drive against China. Kerry Smith reports.

Leila Khaled speaks with Green Left about the International Court of Justice genocide ruling, what really happened on October 7, solutions to the Palestinian/Israel conflict, and more.

The family of Dunghutti teenager Jai Kalani Wright have welcomed the news that a NSW Police officer, whose car collided with the 16 year old, has been charged. Kerry Smith reports.

The number of asbestos-polluted sites grows by the day, people should be asking why the EPA has failed to act for a decade. Peter Boyle 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.

Families for Palestine started a round-the-clock peaceful protest outside Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s electorate office in Marrickville. Rachel Evans reports.

Aunty Gail Hickey and family

Aunty Gail Hickey marched through Redfern with her family and supporters to demand justice for her son TJ Hickey, who was killed in a police pursuit 20 years ago. Isaac Nellist reports.

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.