The Guardian • Greens

Issue #2049

Alliance against AUKUS

Since the Labor government of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced the funding of the $368 billion (and counting) contract to buy six nuclear submarines under...

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Issue #2023

The rent is too high!: RAHU speaks truth to power at the Victorian state election

On 2nd September, the Renters and Housing Union (RAHU) launched their state election campaign in Victoria, on the platform that “the rent is too high.”...

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Quill and ink . Issue #2093


Genocide Dear Editor, The terrible ongoing genocide continues in Gaza. I’m utterly astounded that after mere allegations by Israel against a few staff out of...

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Issue #2016

Climate action looming as first Parliamentary sitting approaches

Parliament is meeting at the end of this month for the first time since the 2022 Federal Election with promises of significant reforms, including climate...

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Issue #2007

Who rules Australia?

One of the striking features of federal elections is their increasingly undemocratic nature and Americanisation. Much of the electioneering by major parties has been short...

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Issue #2008

Smashing the two-party system is possible

The Communist Party of Australia predicted a government where Greens, progressives and independents would play an important role. At the time of making this statement...

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Issue #2008

Fight for change

“We want change,” was the message to the major parties. The Liberals copped a routing as millions of people sought change. Most of the Murdoch...

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Issue #2100

AUKUS: return to form for the World’s dumping ground

A Labor-chaired inquiry has urged the Albanese government to rewrite its proposed AUKUS laws, based on fears that Australia risks becoming the dumping ground for...

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Poster with red hand and Issue #2094

Blood on their hands

Following the deadly air strike on 2 April on the World Central Kitchen (WCK) convoy in which 7 staff were killed, the WCK and other...

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