Socialist Alliance

The controversy created by Senator Fatima Payman’s exit from federal Labor points to the crisis of the two-party parliamentary system. Sue Bull reports.

Participants and organisers alike were inspired by the Ecosocialism 2024: Climate Action Not War conference. Jacob Andrewartha reports on the gathering which was aimed at building a stronger anti-capitalist movement.

“People before profit” is the rallying cry of six grassroots activists who are standing for positions in the City of Sydney Council. Jim McIlroy reports.

Labor pretends to support a ceasefire on Gaza, but as Sue Bull argues, it has refused to take concrete steps to sanction Israel. It is therefore helping give Israel the political cover it needs to continue its now nearly nine-month genocide.

Ecosocialism 2024

The theme of Ecosocialism 2024 is “Climate action not war” for good reason. It takes place shortly after scientists warn of catastrophic global heating and it takes place amid new global arms race. Sam Wainwright urges you to book your ticket.

Rents must be frozen and the housing-price casino has to be shut down, starting with the tax rorts. Tax incentives should be available only for building new housing that adds to existing stock, argues Renfrey Clarke.

Socialist Alliance Merri-bek councillor Sue Bolton wants Labor to abandon the move from proportional representation to single-member wards. Darren Saffin reports.

 

Socialist Alliance Councillor Sarah Hathway is standing for re-election in Corio Ward, which includes some of Victoria’s most socio-economically disadvantaged suburbs. Sue Bull reports.

As support for Israel drops, supporters of the Zionist project feel more isolated and become more hysterical. Sue Bull reports.

Socialist Alliance councillor Sue Bolton is standing for re-election to Merri-bek City Council, in Melbourne's inner northern suburbs. Jacob Andrewartha reports.

Sue Bolton, Socialist Alliance councillor for Merri-bek in Naarm/Melbourne, addressed the rally organised by Hume for Palestine.

Thirty-seven social and environmental organisations, together with the New South Wales Council for Civil Liberties, are calling on NSW Labor to repeal the undemocratic protest laws. Aneesa Bhamjee reports.