Speakers criticised the AUKUS pact and the proposed nuclear powered submarines at a bigger than usual Hiroshima Day protest. Paul Petit reports.
Jason Bilney, Chair of the Barngarla Determination Aboriginal Corporation that led the fight to stop the radioactive dump, described the judge’s finding as a “victory for all First Nations people”. Renfrey Clarke reports.
Whistleblower David McBride and John Shipton, father of jailed journalist Julian Assange, called for his immediate release from Britain’s Belmarsh prison. Renfrey Clarke reports.
South Australian unions, human rights, legal and community groups are campaigning against Labor’s new draconian anti-protest laws, which passed the Legislative Assembly with the Liberal’s support. Paul Petit reports.
A protest about soaring rents and a lack of housing affordability was organised outside Parliament House. Renfrey Clarke reports.
Supporters of the Barngarla people gathered outside the Federal Court to protest continuing moves to put a nuclear waste dump on First Nations land near Kimba. Renfrey Clarke reports.
There is a disconnect of time scales between the relatively short-lived exploitative mining and Traditional Owners’ ancient connection to Country. Susan Norrie writes about her and artist colleagues' approach to a commission.
Very few people know that an Aboriginal Tent Embassy was also set up in Adelaide in July 1972. Don Longo writes that this important protest event needs to be recused from historical obscurity.
On election eve, more than 50 people gathered on Rundle Mall for a snap protest against the Coalition government's inaction on climate change. Renfrey Clarke reports.
In a grim omen for the federal Coalition, South Australian voters threw out the four-year-old Liberal government. SA Labor, led by a former right-wing union official, faces some big challenges. Renfrey Clarke reports.
Protesters held a small but vocal protest outside a US Chamber of Commerce in Australia luncheon in February. Kerry Smith reports.
There is little analysis of the electoral system plays in Australian politics, nor much exploration of alternatives, argues Anne McMenamin. Most of us have no direct voice in government, even though we are told we do — every three or four years.
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