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As hundreds of thousands of Sudanese continue to take to the streets to resist the attempted coup by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the Sudanese community and supporters demonstrated their support at a rally in Melbourne. Chevy McBride reports.

 

Bookshop workers at Better Read Than Dead have restarted industrial action after management reneged on an agreement reached in July. Isaac Nellist reports.

Refugee activists shut down the offices of the Department of Home Affairs in Meanjin (Brisbane) on November 11. Isaac Nellist reports.

Relatives of Gomeroi man Mark Mason marked 11 years since his killing by NSW Police and called for justice, Adam Trumper and Rachel Evans report.

A cross-party alliance has come behind a renewed call for the forcibly merged councils in NSW to de-amalgamate. Pip Hinman reports.

The United Sudanese Youth of Western Australia and supporters protested against the military coup that tried to overthrow Sudan's transitional government. Alex Salmon reports.

The people triumphed over fossil fuel magnates in an epic street theatre tug-of-war on November 6, the global day of action for climate justice. Kerry Smith reports.

First Nations and Pacific islander voices were front and centre in the Sydney COP26 climate action march, reports Peter Boyle.

COP26 global day of action

Australia-wide rallies were organised to coincide with the COP26 global day of action demanding climate justice. Alex Bainbridge reports.

Residents in the Inner West Council will soon be able to vote on whether to de-amalgamate their forcibly merged councils, Tileah Dobson reports.

Activists highlighted Warren Entsch's climate hypocrisy, reports Kerry Smith.

Inner West Council Mayor Rochelle Porteous won support for a motion to consult residents about re-establishing residents’ precinct committees. Isaac Nellist reports.

Hands off Glebe and Action for Public Housing hosted an online forum to discuss how best to defend New South Wales public housing from the state government’s plan to sell it off. Rachel Evans reports.

Supporters of the struggle for peace, democracy and women’s rights in Kobane, Rojava, gathered to mark World Kobane Day. Peter Boyle reports.

Protesters continue to demand that refugees inside the Park Hotel prison are released into the community. Chloe DS reports.

Hundreds turned out to protest the coup in Sudan, reports Neville Spencer and Sue Bolton

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