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The people of Sydney are facing not one, but five proposed waste incinerators, writes Susan Price. If built, they would create thousands of tonnes of toxic ash per year and release dangerous air pollutants.

World Peace Day was marked in Sydney by the Kurdish community and its allies with a candlelight vigil, reports Peter Boyle.

The union covering postal workers says Australia Post is creating its own “postal pandemic” by cutting back on services and conditions for postal workers, reports Pip Hinman.

Socialist Alliance candidate Sarah Hathway’s campaign for Greater Geelong City Council has shone a light on inequality and disadvantage in the area's northern suburbs, reports Sue Bull.

Inner West Council has become the first local government in New South Wales to adopt a motion in solidarity with Kurdish mayors who have been removed from office by the Turkish state, reports Peter Boyle.

Andrew Chuter reports on Friends of Erskineville's campaign for stations to include second entrances to lift patronage.

The devastating ecological impact of Melbourne's North East Link tollway project should force its rethink, writes Mary Merkenich.

Galilee Blockade activists showed their support for the Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners who evicted coal corporation Adani from their land in central Queensland, reports Coral Wynter.

For the first time in 23 years, 2.5 million pensioners will not receive their half yearly adjusted pension rise, writes George Zangalis.

The family of Tane Chatfield have rejected the coroner’s finding that the Gamilaraay, Gumbaynggirr and Wakka Wakka man died of self-inflicted injuries, reports Rachel Evans.

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