Labor ministers happily agreed to allow the United States to deepen and tighten militarisation of Australia at the AUSMIN 2023 talks. Bevan Ramsden reports.
A new housing and homelessness data portal shows the number of people who are homeless has almost doubled over 2021 to 2022. Rachel Evans and Karyn Brown report.
The AUSMIN 2023 talks between the US Secretaries of State and Defense and their Australian counterparts confirmed the increasing and unaccountable militarisation of Australia’s north. Binoy Kampmark reports.
The International Atomic Energy Agency's in-principle agreement to Australia's AUKUS nuclear submarines sets a risky precedent for 'nuclear sharing'. Pip Hinman reports.
Refugee Action Collectives have launched an open letter asking the Minister for Home Affairs Clare O'Neil to help refugees stranded in Indonesia.
Ten million workers are struggling but Australia’s national net wealth, if redistributed, could end the crushing poverty which directly accounts for at least 10% of the suicide toll. Gerry Georgatos reports.
Suzanne James asks if Australia can really find its way back to Whitlam-style free education policy when so many are ensnared in a hunger-games economy, driven by the greed of the privileged, privately-educated few?
The Australian Council of Trade Unions has welcomed Labor’s plan to give casual workers the option of permanent work rights. Others say more needs to be done to resolve the “casual problem”. Jim McIlroy reports.
One of the concerns of First Nations activists in the progressive No camp is that the Voice will not be truly representative. They have reason for concern, argues Peter Boyle.
The recent AUSMIN talks showed up just how fast Australia is being a client state of the United States, argues Binoy Kampmark.
This video by Alex Bainbridge is from the "AUKUS: What does it mean for Australia and the Asia Pacific?" panel at the Calling for a Peaceful Pacific conference organised by the Independent and Peace Australia Network.
Socialist Alliance adds it voice to the growing international chorus demanding the immediate release of Russian socialist Boris Kagarlitsky and the dropping of the trumped-up charge of “justifying terrorism”.