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Activists called on Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to “get on the phone” to the United States and British leaders to free Julian Assange. Jim McIlroy reports.

The NSW Coalition budget on June 21 locks in a wage cut for public sector workers, brings in a new land tax and further entrenches the privatisation of transport, reports Jim McIlroy.

New South Wales public and Catholic school teachers will stage a historic joint 24–hour strike on June 30 over pay, staff shortages and a mounting workload. Jim McIlroy reports.

The NSW Police' storming of a private property has led to one person being charged with traffic offences and big questions about police intimidation and overreach. Rachel Evans reports.

Hundreds marched through Sydney to demand justice for Kumanjayi Walker and the many other First Nations people killed in custody. Video by Peter Boyle.

Public housing residents and supporters joined a Defend Public Housing picket to call for an urgent build of more public housing. Isaac Nellist reports.

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The first “Fridays4Forests” protest outside NSW Parliament House was organised to highlight the plight of koalas and native forests. Kerry Smith reports.

Activists, unions and the new NSW Greens Senator David Shoebridge spoke at a public meeting on how to resist AUKUS and a war with China. Jim McIlroy reports.

Inner West Labor councillors voted to put a problematic demerger business case on public exhibition, against the wishes of Greens and Independent councillors who said it needed more work. Peter Boyle reports.

The public launch of the Bondi Memorial at Marks Park to honour lives lost and survivors of LGBTI hate and violence was a moving commemoration. Rachel Evans reports.

The Next Generation is making another attempt to build a huge incinerator in Western Sydney. Kerry Smith reports.

Activists oppose the NSW government's move to declare a coal mine expansion in the Sydney water catchment to be “state significant infrastructure”. Jim McIlroy reports on the campaign against the Dendrobium coal mine expansion.

The NSW Teachers' Federation State Council has called on the new Labor government to oppose AUKUS and reject the 'obscene military escalation' spearheaded by its predecessor. Kerry Smith reports.

Climate activists from Drum Rebellion and Extinction Rebellion protested outside the Environment and Water Minister Tanya Plibersek’s office calling on the new government to stop supporting new fossil fuel projects.

Activists discussed the opportunities for climate action, workers’ rights and social justice under a Labor government. Isaac Nellist reports.

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