Issue #2060

The Guardian • Issue #2060 • July 10, 2023

Issue #2060

Why we support the YES campaign!

On 19th June 2023, Parliament passed a bill for a referendum to recognise Indigenous Australians in the Constitution,  and to give them a Voice to...

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What the surplus tells us

Australian budget surpluses are funny things. Sometimes we pay a lot of attention to a budget surplus or a budget deficit, sometimes we ignore them...

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Public Sector Union campaigns for The Voice

The CPSU has joined the union-wide “Unions for Yes” campaign with the support of the CPSU’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Caucus and our...

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Migrant worker protections

Unions have welcomed the Albanese government’s announcement of new measures to protect migrant workers from exploitation. The government’s proposed package of measures includes new criminal...

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Pigeon and prairie dog with nut. Issue #2060

$56 billion – no tax

Who pays taxes, who doesn’t, and how they are spent are matters that affect all working people. Taxation is a class question. Multinational corporations are...

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Electric vehicles

Individually, Australians hold the dubious distinction of being the world’s biggest polluters, on a per capita basis, among nations of the OECD (Organisation for Economic...

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DINGO

The Queensland Palaszczuk government’s refusal to back down over its deeply unpopular approval of Blue Energy’s Central Queensland gasfield shows it cares neither for communities,...

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Survivors take on big coal

Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action have praised environmental justice groups for launching a fresh Federal Court challenge, arguing that the Environment Minister can and must...

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GREEN NOTES

Chevron’s website sings the praises of carbon capture and storage: “Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a proven technology for reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG)....

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Speakers. Issue #2060

National People’s Power, NPP holds national tour

The leader of the Sri Lankan People’s Liberation Front (JVP) and the National People’s Power (NPP) comrade Anura Dissanayake addressed a full house at the...

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GLOBAL BRIEFS

PAKISTAN: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has agreed to provide $3 billion in a long-awaited bailout of the country’s impoverished economy. The nine-month agreement must...

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Quill and ink . Issue #2060

We are not “all in the same boat”

Comrade Editor, The drama involving the submersible Titan, in the North Atlantic near Newfoundland was followed by millions worldwide. The vessel’s five passengers undertook the...

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Hands behind prison bars. Issue #2060

4th July: land of the un-free

Americans love to celebrate the 4th of July, commemorating their independence from Britain in 1776. School children and adults are taught that the United States...

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Julian Assange rally Issue #2060

Statement on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange

We strongly condemn the ongoing extradition proceedings relating to Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder under the Espionage Act and Computer Fraud Abuse Act. Assange has...

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Front cover of Issue #2060

Battle against book bans

NEW YORK: Bans on books centring LGBTQ+ people and people of colour are sweeping the country. Led by far-right parents and politicians claiming books dealing...

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