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University of Western Australia history professor Jenny Gregory explains her concerns with the Barnett government plan to redevelop the Perth foreshore. This interview was given to GreenLeftTV after the rally of up to 800 people on February 26, 2012 based on the talk she gave to the rally. Subscribe to GreenLeftTV YouTube channel.

Celebrate a year of struggle and raise much-needed funds for Green Left at our end of year Asado (Latin American bbq). With vegan and vego options!

In the Jacaranda Room at Hughes House, behind Kent House, in Faulkner Street, Armidale. All friends and supporters welcome.

Green Left is turning 30!

Help us celebrate by sending us a short message, or posting it to your socials using the hashtag #greenleft30.

May Day on May Day: Capitalism in Crisis
Annual Green Left May Day Dinner
Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers Street, Geelong
Tickets: $20 Unwaged, $30 Waged, $40 Solidarity

Due to COVID restrictions, tickets are limited to 55 so don't miss out!

The Green Left Weekly Comedy Debate is back! 

Bookings essential. Phone 9639 8622 or book online at

We live in a time of crisis, a moment of impending doom and a fear of nuclear war, so progressive comedians will debate the possibility of Will Trump tweet us into oblivion? 

Master of ceremonies: Rod Quantock. 

Green Left Weekly, Australia's leading non-profit progressive media source presents: Laugh While You Still Can.


Trump and Abbott (aka Jonas Holt)
Amanda Gray
Annalise Constable
Bec Charlewood
Suren Jayemanne
Sean Bedlam
Kathryn Thomas

Doors open 6:30pm
Curtains open 7 pm

Come to the Newcastle Resistance Centre, 1st floor, 472 Hunter St, city, to read and discuss items of interest in this week's Green Left.

Help celebrate Green Left's 30th anniversary

Sat March 27, 7pm AEDT
(7pm NSW, Vic, ACT, Tas; 6:30pm SA; 6pm Qld; 5:30pm NT; 4pm WA)

Online celebration featuring supporters from around the world, how you can get involved in Green Left and guest speaker Kavita Krishnan, feminist and CPI-ML (Liberation) leader.

India is on the move for the rights of farmers and against privatisation and corporate monopolies.

The mass movement, which started in 2020, is generating solidarity from people across India as well as around the world, including Australia.


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