The Guardian • Adelaide

Ruth Russell speaking at the launch. Issue #2073

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom history book launch

South Australia: “AUKUS – Nonsensical and may not even come to fruition!” This authoritative observation, made at the recent WILPF history book launch, was greeted...

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Issue #2022

Urgent aid for Cuba

A combined celebration of the Cuban Revolution and Fidel’s birth, ninety-six years ago, after the horrific events of 5th August virtually became a plea for...

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Issue #2010

Striking aged care workers take on Southern Cross Care SA

Striking aged care workers are taking their fight direct to Southern Cross Care headquarters in inner suburban Adelaide today, the latest in a series of...

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Issue #2026

Why are we having this day of mourning?

On the 22nd September as thousands of people took to the streets in other capital cities around Australia to protest the monarchy, I sat at...

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Issue #2029

Anti-poverty protest – Adelaide

Poverty is about people struggling, and becoming sick, less employable and ultimately homeless, especially if survival on “jobseeker” is involved. These were the stories of...

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Tin Can Alley entertaining comrades at the Curry Night. Issue #2015

Curry with comrades night – a CPA SA tradition

Through a close association with the Port Adelaide United Workers’ Club, the CPA Port Adelaide branch has access to two fine venues for celebrations and...

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Adelaide National School group shot. Issue #2053

Adelaide National School

Comrades from all around Australia gathered at Fidel’s Bar in Adelaide for two and a bit days of camaraderie, music and learning. Sessions included “Collective...

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Issue #2039

Invasion Day rallies demand “Treaty before Voice”

As many as 100,000 people took to the streets with rallies and marches in every state and territory on Invasion Day, 26th January. Protestors held...

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Issue #2014

Assange rally – Adelaide

CPA members in Adelaide attended the recent rally in support of journalist and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. In light of British Home Secretary Priti Patel’s...

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The unmasking took place at an urgent meeting during the “coronation” weekend in Adelaide where two inspirational speakers provided insightful explanations on “AUKUS: Why we are opposed!” Issue #2052

AUKUS unmasked

With an ultimate price tag of over half a trillion dollars, AUKUS represents a huge attack on the Australian way of life, on the environment...

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Hammer and sickle held up high. Issue #2078

November 7 – Why we celebrate

On or around 7 November Communists in Australia and around the world commemorate the October Revolution, also known as the Russian Revolution. The October Revolution...

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Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue Issue #2093

Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue AC MBE DSG 1932-2024

On 4 February 2024, in Tartanya, (Adelaide), on Kaurna country, a great Aboriginal leader and highly honoured Australian, Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue, passed away. Her state...

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Maritime Union’s Quadrennial National Conference Adelaide 2024 Issue #2090

Maritime Union’s Quadrennial National Conference

The Maritime Union’s Quadrennial National Conference, from 26 February to 1 March, took place at the Adelaide Convention Centre with 500 delegates from around Australia...

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Issue #2048

Palm Sunday Peace Rally 2023 Adelaide

A gathering of dedicated peace activists met on the steps of Parliament House in North Terrace (Adelaide) in advocacy for peace which seems so fragile...

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Issue #2073

South Australia Inghams picket

CPA members in Adelaide attended the recent United Workers Union (UWU) picket against Inghams chicken. The workers at the Adelaide worksite are almost entirely migrant...

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“Port Adelaide for Yes” meeting, showing Uncle Mickey O’Brien with his long black cord of Australian history. Issue #2071

Port Adelaide for Yes

Unionists and Yes supporters gathered in the historic Waterside Workers Hall in Port Adelaide on Thursday, 7th September to show their solidarity with First Nations...

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