More than 100 people, including public housing tenants, rallied at the Collingwood Estate to oppose the demolition of 44 public housing towers. Jacob Andrewartha reports.
The Australian government's policy is appalling but the people of Melbourne's northern suburbs support Gaza, Sue Bolton told Green Left.
Judging by the toots of support for Palestine at the “Northern Suburbs Speak Out for Palestine”, people are standing with the Palestinian people. Sue Bolton reports.
Kurdish community members held a media conference on the steps of Parliament House to amplify calls for Kurdish political prisoner Abdullah Öcalan to be freed. Gabriel Di Falco reports.
Independent investigative journalist, filmmaker and best-selling author Antony Loewenstein spoke about his latest book, How Israel Exports the Technology of Occupation Around the World, on Green Left Radio. Ruth Heymann reports.
Antony Loewenstein discusses his new book, The Palestine Laboratory: How Israel exports the technology of occupation around the world.
The Victorian state Labor government's Housing Statement allows for residential developments valued at more than $50 million to be fast-tracked, proposes the demolition of all public housing towers for public-private development and sells off public land to developers, report Jacob Andrewartha and Jordan AK.
Sue Bull, Zane Alcorn and Chloe DS were featured speakers at a September 26 forum titled “Albanese's Labor: Sacrificing principles for power?”.
Gunditjmara ocean defenders organised against proposed gas exploration and seismic blasting of more than 55,000 square kilometers of the Otway Basin. Jordan AK reports.
Fourteen members of the Electrical Trades Union, employed at EnerSys’ Thomastown, are now in the ninth week of a strike. Sue Bolton reports.
Twenty women refugees began a march from Naarm to Ngunnawal to demand permanent visas. Chris Slee reports.
Refugees started a week-long protest to demand permanent visas outside Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil electorate office. Chris Slee reports.