Issue #2104

The Guardian • Issue #2104 • June 24, 2024

Issue #2104

Palestine: US roadblock to peace

The slaughter in Gaza goes on. Since the United Nations Security Council resolution of a three-phase ‘peace plan’ the death rate in Gaza has significantly...

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Issue #2104

EDITORIAL

Housing is in the news again. James Conlan, an independent councillor in Melbourne’s Merri-bek wants to charge investors higher rates than people who actually live...

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Carrolup Aboriginal Children, 1945. Issue #2104

Remembering the Stolen Generations during National Reconciliation Week in WA

Every year the Western Australian Department of Justice puts on a symposium during Reconciliation Week that highlights a part of the State’s history of its...

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Australia-Cuba Friendship Society, WA branch rallied outside the US consulate on Monday 17 June 2024. Issue #2104

Remove Cuba from the US list of countries sponsors of terrorism

The Australia-Cuba Friendship Society, WA branch rallied outside the US consulate on Monday 17 June 2024. It has been demanding the end of the criminal...

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DINGO

This week’s target for intervention by US imperialism post-WW2 is Albania 1949-53: US and Britain tried unsuccessfully to overthrow the communist government and install one...

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Gwion Gwion rock paintings in the Kimberley region of WA. Issue #2104

Kimberly: ‘We shouldn’t have to wait’

Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services has warned that new liquor restrictions announced for Broome and Derby this week “are not enough” in isolation. In a statement,...

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PricewaterhouseCoopers Building In Johannesburg, South Africa Issue #2104

Profit over service

After 10 public hearings, 61 submissions and witnesses galore, the Senate Finance and Public Administration References Committee has produced a report which tears strips off...

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Issue #2104

GREEN NOTES

Dr Anshu Banerjee, Director of Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health and Ageing at the World Health Organization (WHO): “While awareness of climate change has...

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Graphic of forever chemical movements. Issue #2104

Forever in the blood

Recent media reports have drawn attention to what are known as ‘forever chemicals.’ These carcinogenic chemicals have been detected in tap water around Australia as...

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Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action (BSCA) Issue #2104

Bushfire survivors call Dutton out

Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action (BSCA) has spoken out in response to Opposition Leader Peter Dutton’s statements that the Federal Liberal Party would dump Australia’s...

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18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC). Issue #2104

Red Boat of History: CPC turns 103

The founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on 1 July 1921, and its subsequent role in the unfolding of world history seems like...

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Chimney stacks. Issue #2104

Australian coal: the state of play

The recent Federal Budget has highlighted the significance of the mining industry, especially coal, to the Australian economy. Australia has the third largest reserves of...

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Rugby League, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 2008. Issue #2104

Soft rugby diplomacy

Rugby League is huge in Papua New Guinea. It is enormously expensive to have a National Rugby League franchise in your state or region. The...

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French President Macron Issue #2104

The French election and the Popular Front

French President Macron, in calling an early election was hoping to head off an imminent threat from the far-right National Rally (RN) party of Marie...

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Global briefs Issue #2104

GLOBAL BRIEFS

Canada: Women’s groups in Canada have taken a stand against NORAD and NATO expansion, and demand that the Arctic becomes a zone of peace. The...

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Gardi Sugdub, Panama, in 2019. Issue #2104

Guna People of Panama

Climate change in the Caribbean has now forced the Islanders of Gardi Sugdub (Crab Island) to move due to rising sea levels. The residents’ houses...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2104

WEASEL WORDS

Red Tape Red tape used to be the ribbon that public servants used to tie up bundles of documents. It soon came to mean any...

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First gathering of two Chinese astronaut crews (Shenzhou 14 and 15) on Tiangong on November 30, 2022. Issue #2104

Beijing expands circle of friends with moonbase project

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law his country’s cooperation with China on the construction of the International Lunar Research Station (ILRS) project, as...

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Rally in support of Cuba, Perth. Issue #2104

Solidarity in an unequal world

The following is a speech given by Cuban Ambassador of Ireland, Bernardo Guanche Henandez, at this year’s James Connolly Commemoration at Arbour Hill in Dublin:...

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