Residents across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains continue to express their solidarity with Palestine, despite the temporary truce in Israel’s war on Gaza. Zebedee Parkes and Fred Fuentes report.
A new bill, which has been developed in conjunction with communities, provides a pathway for councils to de-amalgamate. Pip Hinman reports.
A community-led blockade is underway at Pine Gap, a joint US and Australian defence intelligence facility near Alice Springs, to protest the US and Australia's role in supporting genocide in Gaza. Kerry Smith reports.
Police have dropped charges against eight refugee supporters who participated in a car cavalcade on April 10, 2020. Chris Slee reports.
Rising Tide and Green Left co-hosted a forum on how to sustainably move away from coal when it’s been communities' livelihood for generations. Jim McIlroy reports.
Rallies and vigils for Palestine continued across the country as protesters say a pause in Israel's bombing campaign is not a ceasefire and federal Labor came under greater pressure to join the global ceasefire call.
As climate defenders are now considered “extremists” by the state, a Green Left and Socialist Alliance forum discussed how to protect our protest rights. Jim McIlroy reports.
As many as 3000 students and teachers abandoned school — against the Victorian government’s directive — to publicly criticise Israel’s actions in occupied Palestine. Tamer Fletcher Kayhan and Sturt Boltin report.
Members of the United Services Union in NSW are calling on their executive to support the calls for a ceasefire in Palestine, as the Australian Council of Trade Unions and many others have. Graham Matthews reports.
Northern Territory communities marched along the Nightcliff Foreshore calling for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza. Stephen W Enciso reports.
Supporters of a free Palestine, including children and elderly people, who blockaded an Israeli ship at Port Botany were attacked by NSW Police. Zebedee Parkes reports.
A packed public gallery at Sydney's Inner West Council meeting went from aghast to angry after a mild Greens motion calling for a ceasefire in Palestine was rejected by Labor’s casting vote. Pip Hinman reports.