Activist Stephen Langford has been banned from the Sydney CBD after placing an A4 sheet, with blue tack, quoting Governor Lachlan Macquarie onto his statue in Hyde Park. Kerry Smith reports.
Elite soldiers in the Australian army are still asked to participate in a “Conduct After Capture” course, which uses torture, sexual assault and dehumanisation techniques, writes Damien de Pyle.
Green Left journalists Ben Radford and Isaac Nellist round up the latest news from Australia and around the world in this new podcast.
Tens of thousands of Colombians took to the streets to support progressive social and economic reforms proposed by President Gustavo Petro, reports Ana Zorita.
More privatisations of public assets are in store for New South Wales as Premier Dominic Perrottet refuses to rule out more sell-offs. Jim McIlroy reports.
Is ChatGPT a challenge to humanity? For Aleks Wansbrough, ultimately, it is the product of human beings, reflecting and refracting current social relations.
NSW is heading towards an election and communities are wondering if a future Labor government will make the necessary changes. Socialist Alliance candidate Rachel Evans talks about housing justice and her campaign.
Public school funding has been on the decline for years. No wonder older, experienced teachers are so angry, writes Sue Bull.
Senator Lidia Thorpe has quit the Greens Party to sit on the Senate crossbench and help build a strong grassroots Blak Sovereign Movement. Ben Radford reports.
Sensationalism of events in Mparntwe is placing First Nations young people at risk, argues Ampe-kenhe Ahelhe. The group has invited the PM to listen to them about finding solutions.
African People’s Socialist Party chairperson Omali Yeshitela discusses the FBI raid on his home and the continuing US government war on the movement for Black liberation and reparations.
Ontario’s Conservative government has officially repealed its anti-worker, anti-union legislation, reports Jeff Shantz.