Issue #2062

The Guardian • Issue #2062 • July 24, 2023

NATO with a do not symbol over it. Issue #2062

NO TO NATO

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese attended the summit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in Vilnius, Lithuania on 11 - 12 July. Albanese was present as part...

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Voice and action

The Closing the Gap strategy was set up in 2008, as part of Kevin Rudd’s Apology to Indigenous Australians. The fact that Closing the Gap...

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“We must listen”

The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) says “Yes” to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice and the full implementation of the Uluru Statement from the...

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Climate crisis intensifies

On four consecutive days, the earth has reached its hottest day on record, culminating in a global average temperature of 17.23 degrees Celsius on 4th...

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Maritime Union win on renewables

Australian maritime workers continue to benefit from the fast pace of investment and expansion of offshore renewable energy projects around our coastline. The Maritime Union...

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Working from home. Issue #2062

A bias toward yes

The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has claimed a win in service-wide Australian Public Service (APS) bargaining after locking in significant improvements to flexible...

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Hollywood strike Q&A

The Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) produced the following for its members’ information in response to the industrial action by MEAA’s fraternal union in...

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DINGO

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has welcomed the passage of the Fair Work Amendment (Protecting worker entitlements) Bill 2023. The Bill, which was...

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Fossil fuels to the bitter end

If the massive amounts of undergrowth resulting from record rainfalls and flooding during La Niña dry out with an El Niño, Australia is set for...

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GREEN NOTES

The Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc (TEPCO) has more than 1000 tanks of contaminated water from the cooling of reactors as it decommissions its...

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The Tribune Printery, Newsletter Press, 21 Ross Street Forest Lodge, 1962.and Forest Lodge, 1962. Issue #2062

Blue plaque for CPA history

From 1943 until at least 1981 the Communist Party of Australia printed their newspaper Tribune at 21 Ross St Forest Lodge, Glebe, which has received...

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Global briefs Issue #2062

GLOBAL BRIEFS

SYRIA: The Syrians gave a green light last week for the United Nations to use a key crossing from Turkey to the country’s rebel-held north-west...

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Peace negotiations. Issue #2062

Korean war armistice: 70 years on

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Korean War (1951-1953). The war remains a humiliation for the US. On the 27th...

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I’m a Virgo

If you’re in the market for an absurdist African-American superhero story with lashings of Marxist-Leninist theory, I have just the thing for you, provided you’re...

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HALF THE SKY

In recent years the issue of trans participation in sport has become increasingly contentious. Sports governing bodies around the world have begun adopting policies that...

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Imperial Palace. Issue #2062

Modernisation, heroism, Party work

Alex Denton represented the Communist Party of Australia Central Committee on the 3rd Communist party Leaders Delegation of North American, Oceanian and Nordic Countries from...

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