The major parties are doubling down on supporting their fossil fuel mates. Alex Bainbridge argues there needs to be united effort to force them to agree to 2030 emission targets.
Deregulation and weak regulations allows greed and dishonesty to continue in Australia’s financial sector, argues Suzanne James.
Markela Panegyres uncovers some of the history of the Hyde Park Barracks, a former convict dormitory and Female Immigration Depot.
Under the guise of a phenomenon called security, anti-democratic acts designed to instill fear are being committed, argues Stuart Rees.
Tracey Carpenter reports that Traditional Owners and former Burragorang Valley residents are fighting to save Gundungurra heritage against the state government’s plans to wipe out their culture.
There has never been a better demonstration of how corrupt, complicit and hypocritical government institutions have become in their dealings with China than what has gone down with Crown Resorts, writes Suzanne James.
The growing discussion about system change is the result of how barbarous capitalism has become, writes Peter Boyle.
The Queensland Greens have laid out a bold vision for the state elections, including free public transport, an energy transition and greater mining royalties. Greens candidate Amy MacMahon talks to Green Left.
Sue Bolton argues we need a federal anti-corruption commission — but real accountability requires mobilised unions and social movements.
After being grilled by ICAC, questions are now raised about Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s involvement in other shonky decisions, write Jim McIlroy and Pip Hinman.