Issue #2044

The Guardian • Issue #2044 • March 13, 2023

youth behind fence Issue #2044

CRIMINALISING CHILDREN

Australian governments are quick to point the finger at human rights abuses in other countries, but Australia’s record is nothing short of disgraceful when it...

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Peace and Australia Post

Have you heard of the Peace Budget? If you’ve been reading News Corp or Fairfax publications this year, you won’t have seen any trace of...

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Obituary: Mary Lioupas

Community and political activist, union shop steward, strong and determined leader, catering manager, impressive fundraiser, generous donor and always a warm comrade. Mary Kalaitzis was...

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Less than eight years to live

Silica dust is so fine that it is 100 times smaller than a grain of sand. But with each breath, you risk death. A Curtin...

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DINGO

ABC journalists have voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking industrial action as they push for a fair deal from management. Close to 90 per cent...

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We must win the battle of ideas

Working people around the capitalist world have been hit hard from the employer class. Capitalists will always look at how to improve profit margins from...

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GREEN NOTES

Anna Pha Last month Labor’s minister for environmental destruction, Tanya Plibersek, quietly granted Santos a licence to open 116 new coal seam gas wells in...

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Black troops killed by white US soldiers

There has long been a rumour in Queensland that dozens of African American troops were killed by their white officers during World War II, but...

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Bird vagrancy: an indicator of global climatic changes

In October 2022 a young Bar-Tailed Godwit broke a world record by flying non-stop from Alaska to Ansons Bay, Tasmania, 13,560 km in 11 days....

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US Congress passes the “Denouncing the Horrors of Socialism” Bill

On 7th February, 2023, the US House of Representatives passed the “Denouncing the Horrors of Socialism” Bill, with 219 Republicans and 109 Democrats voting for...

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Global briefs Issue #2044

GLOBAL BRIEFS

CUBA: Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel criticised the inclusion of his country in the US Department of State’s list of “States sponsor of terrorism.” “The US...

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School strike for action on climate change

On 3rd March, about 100 mostly school children rallied in the Supreme Gardens in Perth directly opposite one of the principal corporate emitters of carbon...

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International Unemployment Day

Like all countries dependent on the export trade, Australia’s experience of the Great Depression was particularly severe. By 1932, the national rate of unemployment had...

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Atlanta’s Cop City

In August 2021, the City of Atlanta shocked its citizens when it announced plans to construct a US $90m police training complex in the middle...

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