Anthony Albanese

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton believes Israel’s leaders have been hard done by the International Criminal Court and suggests Australia cut ties to show its solidarity. Binoy Kampmark reports.

ASIO has revealed that Indian spies are operating in Australia, undermining Labor's efforts to boost the region’s anti-China alliance. Binoy Kampmark reports.

Students for Palestine at UQ

Students at the newly-formed Gaza solidarity encampment rallied against Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the University of Queensland. Sam Morris reports.

Protesters stood with the women of Gaza

In the wake of International Women's Day, thousands of pro-Palestine protesters across the country pointed out that supporting Palestine is a feminist issue.

Women deserve to be safe, respected, equal

Anthony Albanese’s refusal to tackle structural disadvantage reveals his “commitment to gender equality” is a farce, argues Isaac Nellist.

Families for Palestine started a round-the-clock peaceful protest outside Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s electorate office in Marrickville. Rachel Evans reports.

Peter Boyle, a member of the national executive of the Socialist Alliance and regular correspondent for Green Left, addressed a forum on the topic: "What is behind US support for Israel?"

Midwife Amar Hamed made a powerful call to action for trade unionists to join the movement to stop the genocide against Palestinian people at rally of 50,000. Peter Boyle reports.

An estimated 50,000 people marched through Gadi/Sydney on October 29 in the biggest march yet against Israel's latest genocidal attack on Gaza. Peter Boyle reports.

Tens of thousands of people who marched through the streets of the CBD calling on Israel stop its genocidal war on Palestine also chanted 'Shame, shame Albanese!' Peter Boyle reports.

A snap action for public housing protested NSW Labor's plan to start demolishing and privatising the Waterloo South's biggest public housing estate. Peter Boyle reports.

First Nations activists supporting the progressive No case say Labor could make practical reforms now, without a referendum. Peter Boyle argues that, regardless of the referendum outcome, the struggle for First Nations’ justice will have to continue.