Pacific elders are speaking out against Australia’s bid to host COP31, scheduled for 2026. Pip Hinman reports.
The global campaign in solidarity with Iran's uprising is making progress, after decades of indifference by Western governments to the suffering of the Iranian people. Mohammad Sadeghpour reports.
CEOs and their media mouthpieces are hitting back at suggestions that, in a cost-of-living crisis, there could be an acceptable level of profit. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Isaac Nellist spoke to Kristin O'Connell from the Antipoverty Centre about the housing crisis, what Labor is doing and common sense solutions.
Cuts to the Australian Antarctic Division means less science at a time when gaps in data collection could be “catastrophic” to scientific and ecological understandings. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Socialist Alliance condemns the recent brutal attack on students by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidya Parishad hate mobs — the youth wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the West Bengal police.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's argument that long-term government is counterposed to pro-working class policies contains major flaws, argues Alex Bainbridge.
A group of former judges, who make up The Australia Institute’s National Integrity Committee, issued an open letter to the Australian public calling for support for the Voice to Parliament, reports Kerry Smith.
Philip Lowe said he is proud of the RBA’s unpopular role in forcing working people to bear the burden of “fighting inflation”. But don’t count on interest rates stopping rising inflation; unemployment is going up, too. Peter Boyle reports.
A report by the Antipoverty Centre, published by GetUp!, reveals just how punishing “mutual obligation” schemes are for those on JobSeeker and Youth Allowance. Isaac Nellist reports.
The campaign for fair water flow and better monitoring and regulation in the Murray Darling Basin Plan has to continue, argues Tracey Carpenter.
Margaret Kelly, who has been resisting the demolition of her home in the Barak Beacon housing estate, told a Green Left forum that the tenants thought they were in their “lifetime home”.