The Guardian • Canberra

Issue #2021


All the contradictions. The official unemployment figure is 3.4 per cent, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). Workers were told that once unemployment...

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Issue #2005

Communists are back in Canberra

Workers in Canberra have recently established a Canberra branch of the CPA, which hasn’t maintained a branch for several years. The new members hope that...

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Issue #1969

Maritime Union of Australia takes the fight to Parliament House

Canberra is known for its cold mornings, and the 23rd June was no exception.

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Issue #2022

Canberra housing coalition kicks off

More than forty activists from across Canberra met at the Canberra Food Co-op to launch the Canberra Housing Coalition. As reported in the Guardian previously...

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Issue #2027

Canberra branch celebrates formal launch

On Saturday, members and friends met to celebrate the official launch of the Canberra branch of the CPA. Having formed earlier this year, its first...

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Issue #2030

Canberra Branch attends PRC Poverty Alleviation Seminar

If you’re looking to alleviate poverty, there’s no better place to look for guidance than the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Their sheer volume of...

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Issue #2009

Housing crisis in the capital

During the past 20 years of Labor and Labor-Green Territory government, Canberra has developed a reputation as “one of the most progressive cities in Australia”...

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Issue #2010

Sixty years of Australian-Cuban solidarity

On Saturday, 4th June 2022, activists from around Australia gathered at the Cuban Embassy in Canberra to receive commendations from the Cuban Institute for Friendship...

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Issue #2022

Venezuelan film premieres in Perth

On Saturday 13th August 2022 in a joint venture between the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Canberra, the Australia-Cuba Friendship Society and...

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