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Some Woolworths workers are campaigning against a proposed new enterprise agreement, which would mean real wage cuts and reduced rights for many. Isaac Nellist reports.

Whatever Australia’s reason to deny a visa to the President of the Palestinian Football Association, it is not a good look for Australia or its attempts to woo the world’s major sports events, including football. Khalid Ghannam reports.  

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation voted to reject Victorian Labor’s latest enterprise bargaining offer despite the union and government reaching an in-principal deal. A Victorian nurse reports.

Nimiah and Leon, students at the University of Newcastle, told Niko Leka that there is strong popular support for the encampment.

Thousands rally in Gadigal Country/Sydney, June 9

Palestine solidarity actions over June 8-9 entered their ninth month, as Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Opposition leader Peter Dutton launched their attack on those calling for an end to the genocide. Alex Bainbridge reports.

The Aboriginal Legal Service has described NSW Labor’s new knife laws as “another setback to Closing the Gap”. Kerry Smith reports.

The Australian National University has expelled a student for their pro-Palestine comments on ABC Radio. Kerry Smith reports.

The Fair Work Commission seemed to understand that awarding the lowest-paid quarter of the workforce an extra $33.11 a week would do little to ease the cost-of-living crisis. Jim Mcllroy and Pip Hinman report.

The University of Sydney is undertaking an investigation on its sociology Professor Sujatha Fernandes for alleged breach of the code of conduct. Valerie Chidiac and Ariana Haghighi report.

Several of the 100 children who took part in a unique people-to-people Australia-Palestine solidarity project have been killed in Gaza, along with some of the adults running the program. Peter Boyle reports.

Stop Israel's genocide, Naarm/Melbourne, June 2

Thousands rallied around the country on the 35th weekend of continuous protests against Israel's genocide. Alex Bainbridge reports.

Students demand that UQ divests from Israeli weapons companies

The University of Queensland committed to disclosing financial and research partnerships with weapons manufactures in return for the UQ Gaza solidarity camp shutting down. Sam Morris reports.