Amir Mirzaei, a refugee who was brought to Australia from Manus Island under the now-defunct Medevac law is still being detained. He has asked Green Left to share his letter to the secretary-general of the United Nations.
Leonard Warwick, known as the “Family Court Bomber”, has finally been found guilty of murders and bombings and sentenced to three life sentances. Sue Reilly writes about his misogyny and why he targeted the Family Court of Australia.
A new study by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority notes that water 'reform' has largely failed to deliver for First Nations people, writes Tracey Carpenter.
Any hopes raised by Paul Keating's appearance at the royal commission into aged care were dashed by his advocacy of a user-pays system, writes Suzanne James.
Former PM Paul Keating's user-pays aged-care 'solutions' will not help, argues Jim McIlroy.
Julian Assange is facing a show trial, designed to warn any whistleblower and journalist not to go down the same path. He is not on trial for any crime, but rather for exposing them, argues Sam Wainwright.
The attempt to get a religious freedom bill passed into law is part of an ongoing unholy war on our increasingly fragile democracy, argues Suzanne James.
Four years after the death in custody of Wiradjuri, Kookatha and Wirangu father-of-one Wayne “Fella” Morrison, the SA Ombudsman has asked corrective services to apologise to his family, writes Rachel Evans.
Moreland socialist councillor Sue Bolton has worked hard over her two terms. Now, she is keen to be re-elected for a third, writes Jacob Andrewartha.
Helen Masterman-Smith speaks to Green Left about how university workers are learning as they campaign against management's job cuts.