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Activists are protesting on the steps of Victorian Parliament each Thursday in June to demand public housing. Jordan AK reports.

Sudanese solidarity rally in Meanjin/Brisbane on June 3

Protesters marched in Meanjin/Brisbane for peace and justice in Sudan. Alex Bainbridge reports.

More than 30 people took action outside Empire Energy’s Annual General Meeting in Gadi/Sydney, demanding that the company stop its plans to frack the Beetaloo Basin in the Northern Territory. Rachel Evans reports.

More than 100 climate activists formed a human chain outside the National Australia Bank in Gadi/Sydney and a similar number in Meanjin/Brisbane, protesting the bank’s funding of coal mining projects. Jim McIlroy and Alex Bainbridge report.

Successful legal action brought by environmental groups has forced Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to announce an end to native forest logging by the end of the year. Elizabeth Bantas reports.

An exciting new range of guest speakers at the Ecosocialism 2023 conference in Naarm/Melbourne July 1-2 have been announced. Jacob Andrewartha reports.

Jordana Silverstein, author of Cruel Care: a history of children at our borders and three child refugees spoke to a Refugee Action Collective-organised forum. Chris Slee reports.

Melbourne Extinction Rebellion organised three colourful and diverse days of actions on the climate crisis. Mary Merkenich reports.

Green Left News podcast Ep 9, May 30, 2023

Green Left journalist Isaac Nellist and refugee rights activist Chloe DS go through the latest news from Australia and around the world. Music and editing by LittleArcherBeats.

Stop AUKUS WA and Walyalup Climate Action protested the Labor government’s enormous AUKUS military spending. Alex Salmon and Leonie Lundie report. 

Socialist Alliance will likely gain another councillor in Victoria if the count back in the City of Greater Geelong proceeds in line with past practice. Sue Bull reports.

 

South Australian unions, human rights, legal and community groups are campaigning against Labor’s new draconian anti-protest laws, which passed the Legislative Assembly with the Liberal’s support. Paul Petit reports.

National Tertiary Education Union members, students, families and community members joined a protest in the Wadawurrung/Ballarat CBD over an impasse in wages negotiations at Federation University. Jeremy Smith reports.

The United Professional Firefighters Union Western Australia is demanding that WA Labor negotiate, not dictate, on a new enterprise agreement. Alex Salmon reports.

Extinction Rebellion's Drum Rebellion is campaigning against the undemocratic New South Wales anti-protest laws. David Killingly reports.

Stella Assange marches with Stephen Kenny to free Julian Assange

Stella Assange headlined a protest of up to 1000 people on May 24 calling for her husband Julian Assange to be freed. Alex Bainbridge reports.

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