Bob Marley was adored by millions, especially the youth of poor countries such as Morocco. His son should be protested at WOMADelaide for supporting Israel's genocide of Palestinians, writes Sue Bull.
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We must stop normalising the “revolving door” phenomenon — the movement of individuals from public office to private companies and vice versa, argues Jacob Andrewartha.
Expectations were never high for COP28, but as the climate deniers have managed to subvert the summit’s goals, Alex Bainbridge argues Australia must set its own climate transition plan.
First, we were to blame — spending too much on avocado on toast. Now, blame has been shifted to boomers. Isaac Nellist looks at what's driving the cost of living and housing crises.
The Reserve Bank claims to be impartial, but the big banks are big winners from the rise in interest rates. Peter Boyle explains.
As older women become the “face” of homelessness in Australia, it is clear that the system continues to fail the most vulnerable. Aneesa Bhamjee reports.
The Western media was and is enthusiastically cheerleading Israel's genocidal attacks, writes Alex Bainbridge.
Good riddance to Rupert Murdoch, but don't hold your breath for any positive change to his massive media empire, writes Sue Bull.
Governments need to take action on rising food prices as Woolworths and Coles report mega profits, Isaac Nellist argues.
Philip Lowe said he is proud of the RBA’s unpopular role in forcing working people to bear the burden of “fighting inflation”. But don’t count on interest rates stopping rising inflation; unemployment is going up, too. Peter Boyle reports.
A CFMEU initiative for a corporate super profit tax to fund social and affordable housing couldn’t have come at a better time. Pip Hinman reports.
The death of a refugee at Villawood Detention Centre is the latest indictment of the bipartsian cruelty towards refugees in Australia. Pip Hinman reports.
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