“We don’t surrender,” One Nation's Mark Latham said recently. He is using a legal loophole to try and get two representatives in the NSW Legislative Council to push his bigoted agenda. Paul Gregoire reports.
Labor’s small target strategy offers little to people and further shrinks the already thin political differences between the major parties, argues Peter Boyle.
This fish kill is not a natural disaster. Unless we tackle the fundamental problem in our rivers, there will be many more to come, writes Richard Kingsford.
Tim Gooden celebrates those workers who won the 8-hour working day and proposes five campaigns the union movement must fight for today.
Young people are moving away from the major parties in search of real political change, Isaac Nellist reports.
We need a foreign policy that is based on justice and peace, not more militarism to prepare the country for a new cold war against China, argues Jacob Andrewartha.
Three weeks before the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal was announced, a new plan to build a large renewable energy hub at Port Kembla was unveiled. Melanie Barnes reports.
World Pride showcased how accepted the LGBTIQ community really is. However, rights still need to be legislated, argues Rachel Evans.
The campaign to free Julian Assange is about our most precious human right: to be free, writes John Pilger.
Isaac Nellist, who is standing on the Socialist Alliance Legislative Council ticket in the NSW election, talks about the campaign.
The Antipoverty Centre has criticised Anthony Albanese’s decision to spend a staggering $368 billion on nuclear submarines. Isaac Nellist reports.
Nimalakaran Sinnakkili called for permanent protection for the remaining refugees and asylum seekers living in the community or imprisoned in detention centres in Australia and Nauru.
More than $120 billion has already been spent stabilising the stricken Fukushima site, and the crisis continues. Dave Sweeney and Sue Wareham report.
A number of media outlets are manufacturing a consensus for war with China, a country that has never been a natural, historical enemy, nor sought to be, argues Binoy Kampmark.
Given how many are being crunched by the cost-of-living crisis, public sentiment would be on the unions’ side if they took united action for wage rises, argues Mary Merkenich.
Counterprotests have been organised against transphobic agitator Kellie-Jay Keen, who wants her tour of Australia to be a galvanising force for the small far-right and trans-exclusionary movement. Nova Sobieralski reports.