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Residents are fighting back against to the New South Wales government plans to demolish 749 public homes in Waterloo South. Andrew Chuter reports.

Community opposition to the secret AUKUS nuclear submarine deal is growing. Kerry Smith reports.

The campaign against multinational Viva Energy's gas import terminal in Corio Bay is gathering momentum. Sue Bull reports.

The Australian Lawyers Alliance has renewed calls to decriminalise cannabis use, saying Victorian Labor must shift away from law enforcement and punishment. Kerry Smith reports.

The Victorian government is dragging its feet on making public transport accessible to people with disabilities. Darren Saffin reports.

The New South Wales Nurses and Midwives Association will have its first openly contested leadership election since 2003 in October. Niko Leka reports.

Progressive Kurdish and Iranian groups organised a successful demonstration to protest the killing of Kurdish woman Jina Mahsa Amini by Iran's notorious "morality police". Peter Boyle reports.

Protesters rallied and marched through Sydney on September 24 demanding urgent action to address the climate crisis and a just transition to protect jobs, reports Peter Boyle.

Plaintiff and Tiwi Elder Dennis Tipakalippa said he was “the happiest man alive” after the Federal Court ruled Santos’ approval to drill for gas in the sea north of the Tiwi Islands was invalid. Rebecca Parker reports.

“MITA is worse than jail. People are losing their minds,” Joey Tangaloa Taualii, a prisoner in Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation told a Refugee Action Collective forum. Chris Slee reports.

Activists and refugees leading the movement for their rights came together at the first Rural Australians for Refugees national conference in four years. Jonathan Strauss reports.

Lynda-June Coe says 'abolish the monarchy'

Hundreds rallied on Labor's so-called Day of Mourning, calling for the monarchy to be  "abolished". Photos by Alex Bainbridge.

National Tertiary Education Union members went on strike at the University of Newcastle and UTS for job security, manageable workloads, fair pay and for casuals to be given permanent contracts. Steve O'Brien and Kerry Smith report.

 

An NTEU picket line at the University of Sydney in June.

Progressive, grassroots activism was the winner in tightly contested elections for the NTEU Branch Committee and National Council elections at the University of Sydney. Markela Panegyres reports.

Standing with the Plains Clan of the Wonnarua People on September 21

First Nations cultural heritage is under threat from multinational mining company Glencore’s coal mine expansion at the site of one of the Frontier Wars at Glendell, reports Pip Hinman.

First Nations campaigners opposing Origin Energy's plans for the Beetaloo Basin.

Origin Energy’s decision to pull out of exploring and fracking at three sites is testament to the effectiveness of a grassroots campaign led by Traditional Owners. Pip Hinman reports.

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