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Issue #2003

Macron and Le Pen face off in the 2022 French presidential election

Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will once again face off in the second round of the French presidential election in a repeat of the...

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Issue #2013

Calls for drug policy reform increase nation-wide

Drug law reformists around the country are calling on both the new Labor government as well as their state governments to reform drug laws. In...

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Issue #1993

Logistics and manufacturing industries in chaos due to government’s Omicron crises

The recent Omicron crises, the result of the incompetent Coalition government’s “let it rip” strategy, is reeking chaos in Australia’s logistics industry. High numbers of...

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Issue #1995

Far-right surges as French elections draw near

With the French presidential elections little over two months away, the first round scheduled for the 10th April, polls show a surging far right and...

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Issue #1979

Coalition presses the UK to remove climate targets from trade deal

Scott Morrison has confirmed that the Coalition government pressed the UK to remove climate targets from the post-Brexit Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement

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Issue #1994

Qantas moves to terminate Enterprise Agreement

Qantas has applied to the Fair Work Commission to terminate its Long-Haul Cabin Crew agreement. The first time in its history that Qantas has tried...

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Issue #2012

Calls for drug policy reform increase nation-wide

Calls for drug policy reforms are sweeping the country after the Legalise Cannabis Australia party received 2-6 per cent of the Senate vote in each...

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Issue #1988

Unionists protest as Better Read Than Dead management renege on deal

Workers at Better Read Than Dead have recommenced industrial action after management reneged on an in principle deal reached in July this year.

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Issue #2004

Macron beats Le Pen but growth of French fascism continues

French President Emmanuel Macron has won re-election against far-right rival Marine Le Pen. The first French president to be re-elected in twenty years, Macron’s margin...

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Issue #2016

RAFFWU’s Better Read Than Dead EBA approved by Fair Work

On Tuesday, 5th July, the Fair Work Commission approved what the Retail and Fast Food Workers Union (RAFFWU) has called “the best enterprise agreement in...

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Issue #1972

Better Read Than Dead workers win after historic industrial action

The Retail and Fast Food Workers Union (RAFFWU) announced that on Tuesday 27th July, Better Read Than Dead workers unanimously endorsed an in principle agreement...

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Issue #1985

Australia to help US establish “strategic base” on the moon

The federal government’s $50 million trailblazer program will support businesses to develop a semi-autonomous robot which NASA will use to collect lunar soil

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Issue #1992

Tent Embassy 50th anniversary

The establishment of the Tent Embassy came as a retaliation to the McMahon government’s commitment to assimilation policies and refusal to recognise Indigenous land rights.

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Issue #1996

Anti-AUKUS webinar provokes conservative contempt

Last week, the Sydney Anti-AUKUS Coalition (SAAC) hosted the Resisting AUKUS and War on China webinar.

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Issue #1974

RAFFWU to fight for the right to bargain in the Federal Court

The Retail and Fast Food Workers Union (RAFFWU) has pledged to take Coles Supermarkets to the Federal Court in a bid to force the supermarket giant to commence negotiating a new enterprise bargaining agreement (EBA).

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Issue #2030

RAFFWU members strike at Apple

Members of the Retail and Fast Food Workers Union (RAFFWU) went on strike in the first nationally co-ordinated industrial action in retail in Australian history....

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Issue #1986

Incompetent: Scott Morrison at the COP26 Summit

Prime Minister Scott Morrison was initially hesitant to personally represent Australia at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP26.

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