Striking workers, many of whom earn around $25 an hour, are demanding a 6% pay rise or $1.50 an hour as a result of cost-of-living rises. Inghams’ current offer is 3.5%. Nova Sobieralski reports.
The Voice to Parliament should be supported because it would provide coordination for programs to close the gap across all First Nations communities, argues Colin Hughes.
Disrupt Burrup Hub staged a silent protest in front of Woodside’s headquarters in response to the West Australian government’s crackdown on protesters engaging in direct action. Nova Sobieralski reports.
Anti-war students and others protested a two-day master class on nuclear submarines at the University of WA. Alex Salmon reports.
One hundred people protested outside Woodside's WA headquarters, calling on it to stop exploration for a new gas field at Burrup Hub off the Pilbara coast. Alex Salmon reports.
WA Labor Premier Roger Cook’s decision to repeal the new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage laws comes after sustained opposition to them from vested mining, pastoral and farming interests. Chris Jenkins reports.
Long-term activist Menang woman Megan Krakouer first opposed the Voice, but has now decided to support it. She spoke to Sam Wainwright about why.
Protesters demanded Labor end immigration detention and offshore processing and provide permanent safety for all refugees. It also called for an end to boat turn-backs. Alex Salmon reports.
A support crowd formed a “wall of gay” outside the Maylands Library to support drag story hour and counter the handful of bigots. Petrina Harley reports.
The United Professional Firefighters Union Western Australia is demanding that WA Labor negotiate, not dictate, on a new enterprise agreement. Alex Salmon reports.
Work has started on the Perdaman fertiliser plant on the Burrup Peninsula, near Karratha, in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. Chris Jenkins reports.
Two hundred people protested for climate action as part of Extinction Rebellion WA’s “Perth stops for climate”. Alex Salmon reports.
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