Issue #2048

The Guardian • Issue #2048 • April 17, 2023

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Inequality deepens

New research shows one million people in NSW are living in poverty. With Western Sydney going backwards while Eastern Sydney is improving, inequality across the...

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Voice to Parliament: the progressive YES

You’re going to hear a lot of negative things about the Voice to Parliament in the months between now, and when the referendum is held...

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Palm Sunday Peace Rally 2023 Adelaide

A gathering of dedicated peace activists met on the steps of Parliament House in North Terrace (Adelaide) in advocacy for peace which seems so fragile...

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Rental crisis requires bold government action

As a new report reveals hundreds of thousands of Australians are in need of public housing while rents are expected to remain high for years,...

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War Powers

A parliamentary report released 31st March on War Powers has failed to recommend the genuine reform many in the community expect. “The first recommendation confirms...

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NSW: Coalition booted out

The message from NSW voters on 25th March was loud and clear. The Perrottet Coalition government took a hit, losing twelve of its 47 seats...

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Action for jobs, pay, safety

Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union members launched major rallies across Australia on Wednesday 5th April as anger mounts over serious issues facing the nation...

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DINGO

The Victorian government has been urged to list the fat-tailed dunnart as vulnerable, with the last surviving small marsupial of the state’s volcanic plains under...

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ASIO powers revisited

In 2002 legislation introduced by the Howard Coalition government represented the most dangerous offensive against civil liberties and democratic rights yet seen in Australia. The...

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GREEN NOTES

Anna Pha The horrendous spectacle of a carpet of millions of dead fish floating on the Darling River at Menindee is yet another wake-up call...

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On the path towards modernisation

The Communist Party of China (CPC) kindly invited the CPA to participate in the online forum of the CPC in dialogue with World Political Parties...

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GLOBAL BRIEFS

YEMEN: Saudi and Omani delegations arrived in Yemen to negotiate a permanent ceasefire deal with Houthi officials. The visit follows the Oman-mediated consultations between Saudi...

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China’s peaceful development is a great boon to the world

Last month, China’s annual Two Sessions, the National People’s Congress (NPC, China’s top legislature) and the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference...

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HALF THE SKY

Elle Be In 2020, a bipartisan effort in New South Wales finally achieved success in the long-standing struggle for the legalisation of abortion. The change...

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