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The Blockade Ferra campaign prevented all deliveries from going in or out

The Ferra Engineering factory in Magan-djin/Brisbane was one of several targets of an internationally coordinated day of disruptive action against genocidal Israel on April 15. Alex Bainbridge reports.

die in at Penny Wongs office

Protesters staged a ‘die-in’ outside foreign minister Penny Wong’s office in Kaurna Yerta/Adelaide. Kerry Smith reports.

Blockading the offices of Mediterranean Shipping Company

Protesters blockaded the offices of Mediterranean Shipping Company as part of an international economic blockade against Israel. Alex Salmon reports.

Social worker students are struggling to complete the required 1000 hours of unpaid placement work and want the unpaid scheme ended. Cody Jensen reports.

Maintaining the pressure on the Albanese government, Gadigal/Sydney, April 14

There was a defiant mood at the April 14 protests, marking 27 consecutive weeks of protest against Israel's genocide in Gaza. Alex Bainbridge reports.

The First Wave, a new film by environment group Rising Tide, was launched by an enthusiastic crowd. Jim McIlroy reports.

Refugees have been protesting outside the office of Home Affairs minister Clare O'Neil in Oakleigh to demand permanent visas.

Sit down protest

Thousands of people joined protests on the weekend of April 7, marking six full months of Israel's intensified genocide against the people of Gaza.

Colombian Guillermo Andres Mosquera Miranda has spent his life working to help others. Now he is seeking political asylum in Australia after becoming a target for assassins. Fred Fuentes reports.

speakers for Ecosocialism 2024

First Nations leader Megan Krakouer and Indian communist Clifton D’Rozario have been confirmed to speak at the Ecosocialism 2024: Climate Action Not War being held in Boorloo/Perth over June 28–30. Fred Fuentes reports.

burning sun over house

A new report has found that renters are living in substandard homes that are failing to protect them from intense summer heat. Isaac Nellist reports. 

NSW counter terrorism officers bailed up an artist after he posted a criticism on X about the lenient treatment given to a Zionist who planted a bomb on a Palestine activists’ utility. Rachel Evans reports.