Sydney

The Murugappan family has become a symbol for all refugees who have been treated as less than human because of Australian border and immigration policies, argues Renuga Inpakuma

Khaled Ghannam reports on the latest rally in Sydney for Palestine, which continues to be attacked by Israel.

Fourteen years after the racist Northern Territory Intervention began, NT Aboriginal elder Yingiya Mark Guyula says the fight against it needs to continue. 

Food delivery riders and the Transport Workers Union say that proposals for new laws to target and fine them will make their work less safe and let Uber and Deliveroo off the hook, writes Jim McIlroy.

Workers at General Mills, one of the largest food manufacturing companies in the world, have started an indefinite strike for a fair pay rise and secure work. Jim McIlroy reports.

Extinction Rebellion activists closed the busy shipping terminal at Port Botany as part of a national day of action against fossil fuels, reports Rachel Evans.

Eddie Murray died in a Wee Waa police station in 1981. Forty years later, and with no one having been held accountable, the family are still waiting for answers, writes Steffi Leedham.

The Adani mine is seven years behind schedule and the Big Four banks and many insurance companies have ruled out investing in the project. Jim McIlroy and Richard Boult report on the #StopAdani Roadshow. 

Labor councillors' attempts to stop a residents' poll on de-amalgamation from proceeding at the local government elections in September has been thwarted, writes Pip Hinman.

Civil society organisations are calling on the government to join the growing number of countries supporting a patent waiver on the COVID-19 vaccine, reports Jim McIlroy.

Solidarity between the Palestinian and First Nations' struggles was highlighted in Sydney, reports Isaac Nellist.

It would be easy to save koalas from extinction by saving their habitat. But will the NSW government do it? Jim McIlroy reports.

Hundreds gathered at Sydney Town Hall to defend LGBTIQ rights, reports Isaac Nellist.

Isaac Nellist argues that the Fair Work Commission's ruling that a Deliveroo rider was unfairly dismissed is an important win for gig workers in their ongoing fight to be recognised as employees.

Ecopella, a troupe of progressives who bring musical instruments, protest songs and humour to Sydney protests, have just released their fourth album, writes Miguel Heatwole.

Thousands marched through Sydney in solidarity with Palestine on May 30, reports Peter Boyle.

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