Issue #2092

The Guardian • Issue #2092 • March 25, 2024

Aged care Issue #2092

NATIONALISE AGED CARE

The ageing population is portrayed as a burden on the budget and taxpayers because the priorities of the Labor government are pedigree neoliberal: user pays...

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Issue #2092

EDITORIAL

“One man dead, another fighting for life.” That’s all the headlines said on Wednesday 13 March 2024. By the time you read this, the media...

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Working from home. Issue #2092

Most Coalition voters back ‘right to disconnect’

Two-thirds of Coalition voters back newly legislated protections for employees’ right to disconnect from emails and calls outside of work, new research from the Australia...

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Penny Wong. Issue #2092

Open letter to Foreign Minister Penny Wong

Senator the Hon. Penny Wong Minister for Foreign Affairs PO Box 6100 Senate Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 Re: Urgent call to Act against genocide....

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Perth railway station. Issue #2092

WA: Rail, Bus, and Tram Unions (RBTU) stop work for a better pay deal

On 14 March members, delegates and officials of the RBTU stopped work and held a meeting outside the Perth Train Station in Western Australia. They...

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Issue #2092

Vale Tom Salisbury

Dearest Comrade Sylvia Our deepest condolences for the loss of Comrade Tom. May his memory burn brightly in all of us, particularly his children and...

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Issue #2092

DINGO

Who is the target of the AUKUS alliance? The answer is explicit in all the writing on the subject and what all the leaders of...

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Issue #2092

Serious revelations at South Australian West Papua meeting

The recent Australia West Papua Association of South Australia (AWP SA) annual general meeting heard about the  infamous 1969 “act of free choice” which ultimately...

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GREEN NOTES

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority has confirmed a mass coral bleaching is taking place – the fifth in eight years. The World Heritage-listed...

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IWD Perth. Issue #2092

International Women’s Day 2024

IWD walk for peace – Perth This year on 8 March around 300 women in Perth walked through Perth CBD for the first IWD Peace...

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Global briefs Issue #2092

GLOBAL BRIEFS

UKRAINE / RUSSIA: Ukrainian military deployed over 2,500 servicemen, some 35 tanks and around 40 other armoured vehicles to attack multiple locations along the border with Russia....

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Quill and ink . Issue #2092

LETTER

Dear Editor, When two China-haters write on ASEAN there can’t be too many expectations of a reasonable assessment of that organisation’s deliberations in Melbourne on...

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People performs Tai Chi at the People’s Square of Urumqi, Tianshan District. Issue #2092

China’s defence budget and the lies of imperialism

China will increase its defence spending by 7.2 per cent in the coming year. Predictably, ‘warnings’ came from the West. The cry is that the...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2092

WEASEL WORDS

Commitment (strong) So you’ve heard about Australia’s Home Affairs office cancelling visas while Palestinian people were in mid-flight. Some were stranded in Cairo, and one...

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Rally For Palestine, Dunedin, NZ, November 2023. Issue #2092

Palestine: Australia joins Western cruelty

The news that the Australian government decided to cancel visas for Palestinian refugees, effectively leaving them stateless, shows what kind of cruelty the West, including...

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Mahmoud Darwish Museum Issue #2092

Remembering Mahmoud Darwish, Palestine’s poetic voice

Mahmoud Darwish’s poems are ever relevant to the conditions of Palestinians, particularly now in Gaza. Indlieb Farazi Saber The beauty of Gaza is that our...

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