The Israeli arms industry has taken something of a shine to Victoria with Elbit Systems, manufacturing drones, one of its most enterprising representatives. Binoy Kampmark reports.
New South Wales Premier is reportedly watering down a bill to ban gay conversion therapy after pressure from the new NSW Faith Affairs Council. Paul Gregoire reports.
Prudence alone demands we pause AUKUS, as the terms of its final provisions allow signatories to do. Ken Blackman reports.
As the Reserve Bank of Australia and Labor and the Coalition continue to supress wages, living costs continue to rise. Peter Boyle reports.
Philippe Lazzarini expressed dismay by the speed at which international funding has been cut to UNRWA saying the decisions threaten humanitarian work in the Gaza Strip. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Nobody who supports justice could consider cutting funds to the main organisation trying to support Gazans fleeing from one end of the Gaza Strip to the other. Labor has to be pressured to reverse its untenable position, argues Alex Bainbridge.
We must stop normalising the “revolving door” phenomenon — the movement of individuals from public office to private companies and vice versa, argues Jacob Andrewartha.
Labor is only offering a milder version of the same wrong tax policy, while tossing a few peanuts to the working class, argues Peter Boyle.
Putting holiday destinations under community control could create low-cost alternatives for working people suffering under the cost-of-living crisis. Rachel Evans reports.
Israel has always appropriated and exceptionalised Jewish suffering, but anti-Zionist Jews reclaim their suffering under Nazi persecution from Israel’s propaganda machine, Michelle Berkon told a Palestine rally.
An independent foreign policy would involve a policy of neutrality; it would mean Australia could pursue peaceful and mutually beneficial relations with all countries, argues Bevan Ramsden.
A tragic inversion of the concept of justice is being exploited in the “conflict” in Gaza, argues Tony Smith.