Issue #2049

The Guardian • Issue #2049 • April 24, 2023

Issue #2049

MAY DAY

The international working class continues to commemorate the struggles and gains achieved over 134 years since the first May Day commemoration in 1889 which remembered...

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People’s power in the 21st Century

As year 2000 ticked over, the leaders of the United States claimed the 21st century as an “American Century” but it is unfolding more like...

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A Statement to the Sudanese People

The intense violent military clash between the generals of the Security Committee and their forces is exposing the masses of our people to danger, to...

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NSW: More people sleeping rough

Homelessness in Sydney has been steadily growing. Years of NSW neoliberal governments have created a perfect storm of conditions that lead to homelessness. It is...

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NT: Jailing your way out of crime never works

Lawyers are concerned that new bail laws recently passed in the NT will not reduce crime and will disproportionately affect Indigenous people. The Criminal Lawyers...

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NO to AUKUS! – YES to Medicare!

Medicare as a public health insurance scheme offering universal access to bulkbilling, and funded through central revenue is becoming a distant memory. GPs are fully...

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Education: Labor kicks the can down the road

2023 is the year the Albanese government was expected to deliver on its election commitment for public schools to have a pathway to a minimum...

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Aged care employers fail older Australians

The country’s largest union and professional nursing organisation, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) says that aged care employers are in the way of...

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DINGO

The latest Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report into mesothelioma was released today. Mesothelioma is an aggressive form of cancer in the mesothelium –...

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Road to War

As Australia’s most outstanding documentary film maker with 21 films and many awards to his credit, David Bradbury has created another monumental and relevant work...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2049

There is a slogan “Peace is Union Business” which remains significant today. Workers in their trade unions have a unique capacity to work for peace,...

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Global briefs Issue #2049

YEMEN: A prisoner exchange took place between Houthis and government forces. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said that planes carrying detainees took...

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Alliance against AUKUS

Since the Labor government of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced the funding of the $368 billion (and counting) contract to buy six nuclear submarines under...

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Weasel Words

Hitler (just like) By now, everyone has heard of “Godwin’s law”, an internet saying amounting to this: if you compare someone to Hitler or the...

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