Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to continue to decimate Gaza “with full force” following the brief ceasefire.
Organising for Palestine in the unions continues to step up. Teachers and School Staff for Palestine in Sydney and Melbourne have held solidarity photos in schools and a vigil in Melbourne.
The so-called truce did not end the violence against Palestinians in the West Bank, where Israeli settlers and troops are terrorising and killing with impunity.
A stark warning from the UN has revealed the world is on track for a “hellish” three degrees of warming this century.
On 8 November, the High Court ruled indefinite immigration detention unlawful, overturning a 20-year-old precedent.
Workers at all four DP World port terminals around the country, members of the MUA, took strike action on 16 November as part of their escalating bargaining campaign.
Thousands of South Australian teachers, members of the Australian Education Union (AEU), went on a state-wide strike again on 9 November against a poor pay agreement offered by the Malinauskas Labor government.
The war in Ukraine has become a bloody stalemate that continues only because both Russia and the US are pouring in weapons to continue the killing.
Israel has never been willing to allow any kind of Palestinian state. The solution is to fight for a single democratic state with equal rights for Jews and Arabs argues Luke Ottavi
Ending the domination of Israel in the Middle East and the Western imperialism behind will require revolution, writes James Supple
Matilda Fay looks at where racism in Australia comes from and what we can do about it
Up to 500 people staged a snap protest in Sydney last night, significantly disrupting the Israeli shipping company, Zim.
Labor is framing its treaty with the tiny Pacific nation of Tuvalu as an act of climate change solidarity. But the primary motivation is to strengthen Australian influence in the South Pacific and block China’s search for allies.