Journalists are pushing back at management censoring coverage of Israel’s war on Gaza. Pip Hinman reports.
A new bill, which has been developed in conjunction with communities, provides a pathway for councils to de-amalgamate. Pip Hinman reports.
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.
Israeli container shipping line, ZIM, has been forced to divert its routes following a new trade union-led campaign to prevent it from providing support to the Israeli Defense Force. Pip Hinman reports.
Residents across the inner west showed their support for changes to the New South Wales Local Government Act, which would respect residents views on council demergers. Pip Hinman reports.
Anthony Albanese has just returned from his second visit to Washington since being elected, showing his determination to support the US’s imperial aims in the Asia-Pacific. Pip Hinman reports.
An extraordinary meeting of Waverley Council decided to remove the Green Deputy Mayor and another Green Councillor — a a censure for supporting a ceasefire in the Gaza war. Pip Hinman reports.
NSW Labor is pulling out all stops to intimidate Palestinian Australians and their supporters from protesting Israel’s horrific attack on the 2.3 million inhabitants of the Gaza Strip. Pip Hinman reports
NSW Labor announced it would stop logging in "high value" forests in the mid-north coast, but critics say logging must end across the entire proposed Great Koala National Park area. Pip Hinman reports.
Arrente woman Celeste Liddle believes that fear is winning the day in the Voice referendum discussion and that a process of truth-telling first could have achieved a different result. Pip Hinman and Ruth Heymann report.
A clear anti-AUKUS message was sent to PM Anthony Albanese a day before he arrived in the Philippines for talks with President Marcos on greater militarisation in the South China Sea. Pip Hinman reports.
There are growing calls on Minister Tanya Plibersek to ensure the country's main environment law takes climate change into account when assessing new fossil fuel and forestry projects. Pip Hinman reports.
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