Issue #2072

The Guardian • Issue #2072 • October 2, 2023

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Unite to save the planet

“If nothing changes, we are heading towards a 2.8 degree temperature rise – towards a dangerous and unstable world,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned in...

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What’s housing for?

The Victorian Labor government has announced a big housing plan. Around ten thousand people will be moved from their homes – with no consultation, and...

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74th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China

The Communist Party of Australia sends warm greetings to the people of China and its leadership the Communist Party of China on the 74th anniversary...

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On 14th October vote YES!

Vinnie Molina On 14th October the Australian electorate will decide whether to amend the Constitution for recognition of Indigenous Australians and a Voice to Parliament...

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Daniel Andrews

On 26th September Daniel Andrews resigned as Premier of Victoria and from the Victorian Parliament. He has been Premier for nine years. On the credit...

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Shame, Inghams, shame!

Around 1000 workers at Inghams chickens have been on strike, demanding better wages and conditions. Their demand for a 6 per cent pay increase was...

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DINGO

The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) says it is deeply concerned by reports regarding the conduct of the Secretary of the Home Affairs Department,...

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CPA members rally against transphobia in Brisbane

Several members of the Sunshine Coast Branch travelled to Brisbane on 14th September, to meet with a few non-member friends of the party at this...

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So much for the ‘Canberra Voice’!

The NSW vote is shaping up to be crucial for the Voice referendum, so members of the Canberra Branch decided to tour peripheral towns near...

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GREEN NOTES

Anna Pha Coalition leader Peter Dutton is calling for small modular (nuclear) reactors (SMRs) to replace coal-fired power stations as they are closed. SMRs are...

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West Australia: Public Sector wages update

In the build-up to the Western Australian government releasing its next wages policy before the end of the year, the State Treasury offered a briefing...

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NSW budget ‘miserly’ on housing

The 2023 NSW budget is a massive disappointment on housing. The NSW government’s miserly and inadequate approach to the housing crisis has dashed the hopes...

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An Australian coup

Timor Leste and China have significantly strengthened social, cultural, and economic ties, specifically in energy, agriculture, and infrastructure. This follows Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong’s...

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Fighting with America

In September 1951, during the Korean War, Australia and New Zealand, signed the ANZUS treaty. In Fighting with America James Curran, Professor of History at...

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GLOBAL BRIEFS

USA: The second US-Pacific Summit took place in the USA. Two Pacific countries decided to stay away from the meeting – the Solomon Islands and...

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LETTER

Voice for the young As a Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander man I am supporting the yes vote for the Voice. Say Yes so...

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HALF THE SKY

Uniform problems Almost every Australian has been required to wear a school uniform during their youth and almost every Australian has resented it. As we...

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The Commodification of a Marxist Icon

In January 1974 I was staying at a cheap boarding house in La Paz, Bolivia, when plainclothes detectives came in to my room, saw the...

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