Thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters filled the streets across Australia, for the eighth week running, to call for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza, and for an end to Israel's siege.
Union leader Christy Cain called on Labor and ACTU leaders to work for a ceasefire at the Palestine solidarity rally.
Residents across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains continue to express their solidarity with Palestine, despite the temporary truce in Israel’s war on Gaza. Zebedee Parkes and Fred Fuentes report.
Rallies and vigils for Palestine continued across the country as protesters say a pause in Israel's bombing campaign is not a ceasefire and federal Labor came under greater pressure to join the global ceasefire call.
Members of the United Services Union in NSW are calling on their executive to support the calls for a ceasefire in Palestine, as the Australian Council of Trade Unions and many others have. Graham Matthews reports.
Northern Territory communities marched along the Nightcliff Foreshore calling for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza. Stephen W Enciso reports.
The Progressive Alliance for Palestine is calling on organisations to sign on to show their support of the right of Palestinian people to resist the ongoing dispossession, occupation and oppression by the settler colonial state of Israel.
A packed public gallery at Sydney's Inner West Council meeting went from aghast to angry after a mild Greens motion calling for a ceasefire in Palestine was rejected by Labor’s casting vote. Pip Hinman reports.
Tens of thousands of people joined the sixth straight week of solidarity rallies for Palestine. Alex Bainbridge reports.
For the second time, hundreds marched on Labor MP Peter Khalil’s electorate office in Wills to demand he support a ceasefire. Chloe DS reports.
Almost 1000 Palestine solidarity activists converged on Parliament House, many travelling from interstate, reports Alex Bainbridge.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across the country for the fifth week in a row to demand a ceasefire in Gaza. Chloe DS and Peter Boyle report.
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