Despite their talk of climate action, the Labor government has approved two new offshore areas for Carbon Capture and Storage projects.
Extreme flooding has devastated Pakistan after ten consecutive weeks of heavy rainfall.
Labor is abolishing the draconian Cashless Debit Card, but currently has no timetable to free more than 22,000 people still on the BasicsCard, another form of welfare quarantining
Labor’s Jobs Summit has delivered a deal to trade off watering down the Better Off Overall Test for a highly restricted version of multi-employer bargaining.
For decades, industry-wide bargaining was the bedrock of Australia’s industrial relations system.
The bloody war in Ukraine has taken a new turn as Ukrainian forces equipped with US-supplied weaponry have routed Russian forces south-east of Kharkiv, the country’s second-largest city.
Falling wages are a product of the way enterprise bargaining was designed to benefit employers and restrict the right to strike, writes James Supple
The massacre at the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in Lebanon was one of Israel’s most shocking war crimes against the Palestinians, writes Ella Haber
The death of the last Soviet Union leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, was met with a mixed response—and a series of myths. Isabel Ringrose examines the impact of his rule
More than 1500 refugees and asylum-seekers rallied from across the country in Canberra on 8 September to demand permanent visas for all refugees and asylum-seekers.