Naarm/Melbourne

Members of the Jewish community and pro-Palestine supporters expressed solidarity with Hash Tayeh, CEO of the Burgertory, who is being accused of antisemitism for supporting Palestine. Chloe DS reports.

Refugees have set up a protest camp outside the electorate office of Clare O'Neil to demand permanent visas. Chris Slee reports.

65000 years strong banner

Thousands joined the march for land rights and justice for First Nations people as part of the annual NAIDOC rally in Naarm/Melbourne. Chloe DS reports. 

Students at the University of Melbourne say they are being punished because they forced the academic institution to disclose its ties to Israeli genocide. Jacob Andrewartha reports.

About 100 people joined a rally outside the United States Consulate to protest the country’s role in generating war and devastation across the globe. Kerry Smith reports.

More than 200 Palestine solidarity campaigners joined a community picket against Electromold in Thomastown. Jacob Andrewartha reports.

The Rising Tide national tour arrived outside Labor MP Peter Khalil’s office in Coburg and dumped a truck load of bull shit in protest at its climate ‘policy’. Darren Saffin reports.

The federal Disability Discrimination Act states that public transport in all states and territories must be fully accessible by the end of 2022. But Darren Saffin reports that the Victorian government is ignoring this.

Socialist Alliance councillor Sue Bolton believes that state and federal Labor government attacks on pro-Palestine protesters is a “sure sign” they have lost hearts and minds over Israel’s war on Gaza. Darren Saffin reports.

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation voted to reject Victorian Labor’s latest enterprise bargaining offer despite the union and government reaching an in-principal deal. A Victorian nurse reports.

protesters with Kanak flags

Chloe DS, Jacob Andrewartha and Rob Zocchi from 3CR’s Green Left Radio show spoke with journalist Nic Maclellan on May 24 about the crisis in Kanaky, geopolitical factors in the Indo Pacific and the centrality of Kanak self-determination.

Socialist Alliance Merri-bek councillor Sue Bolton wants Labor to abandon the move from proportional representation to single-member wards. Darren Saffin reports.