Nobody who supports justice could consider cutting funds to the main organisation trying to support Gazans fleeing from one end of the Gaza Strip to the other. Labor has to be pressured to reverse its untenable position, argues Alex Bainbridge.
Stories from Green Left News Podcast 30
Thousands of people took to the streets in the Cusco region of southern Peru protesting the government’s move to privatise ticket sales for the famous Machu Picchu archaeological site, reports Ana Zorita.
Labor is only offering a milder version of the same wrong tax policy, while tossing a few peanuts to the working class, argues Peter Boyle.
New South Wales Coroner Teresa O’Sullivan has suspended the inquest into the death in 2022 of Dunghutti teenager Jai Wright and referred it to the Department of Public Prosecutions. Kerry Smith reports.
The union representing pilots and cabin crew at budget airline Jetstar Japan began coordinated strike action ahead of Christmas, after a breakdown in collective bargaining negotiations with management, reports Clive Tillman.
Thousands marched again against Israel’s genocide in Gaza, in some cities for the 16th week in a row, and after Labor suspended aid to the Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees.
Strong First Nations-Palestinian solidarity was a prominent feature of the 2024 Invasion Day march on Gadigal Country on January 26. Peter Boyle reports.
Huge numbers in many cities at the January 26 Invasion Day rallies demonstrated that the movement for First Nations rights has not been demoralised by the ‘No’ vote in last year's Voice referendum. Alex Bainbridge reports.
A group of residents has made a symbolic recognition of Gaza as a sister city as part of their solidarity with Palestine. Niko Leka reports.
Pro-Palestine activists picketed a Ferra Engineering factory to protest its provision of weapons components to Israel. Alex Bainbridge reports.
The United States and Britain claim they don't want to expand the war in the Middle East, when that is exactly what they are doing. Alex Salmon and Elizabeth Bantas report.
An abuse of process hearing has started against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for violence inflicted on Indigenous land defenders opposing construction of the Coastal GasLink fracked gas pipeline across unceded Wet’suwet’en territory, reports Jeff Shantz.
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