Protest against uranium mine proposal – Mulga Rock, WA
On Friday, 26th November, fifty anti-uranium mining protesters, including traditional owners, attended a rally outside the headquarters of Vimy Resources in South Perth.
Aboriginal Deaths in Custody rally – Perth
Thursday 15th April on the 30th anniversary of the tabling of the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody report ...
School strike for climate change
The School Strike 4 Climate Change (SS4CC) was called around the world in the lead up to the critical COP 26 climate change conference.
Sydney Sydney – walking towards the Defence Department. Hiroshima/ Nagasaki Day 2023, was one of the best attended for years. The bombing of two cities...
Cassius Turvey vigil
Below are some images of one of the many vigils held across the country for Cassius Turvey. Solidarity with the Turvey family. Read our editorial...
School strike for action on climate change
On 3rd March, about 100 mostly school children rallied in the Supreme Gardens in Perth directly opposite one of the principal corporate emitters of carbon...
Palm Sunday Refugee Solidarity Gathering – Perth
On Sunday, 28th March 2021, the Social Justice Commission held this year’s Palm Sunday Refugee rally indoors at the Wesley Church Hall Centre.
“Justice for JC” Protest, West Perth
On the steps of the West Australian Parliament House on Thursday 28th October, I attended a protest with about 100 other people, mostly Indigenous, calling for justice for JC.
Free Julian/Hiroshima day rally – Perth
“One of the ways to achieve justice, is to expose injustice.” – Julian Assange On the 6th August 2022, Perth for Assange, together with StopAukusWA,...
Change in the name of Cassius rally – Perth
In Forrest Place in the heart of Perth over 1000 people gathered to remember Cassius Turvey, the fifteen-year-old, Noongar/Yamitji boy who was ambushed and attacked...
May Day 2023
Adelaide – March & Fun Day Adelaide. Hundreds joined the May Day March and Family Fun Day in Adelaide Saturday 29th April with the March...
National People’s Power, NPP holds national tour
The leader of the Sri Lankan People’s Liberation Front (JVP) and the National People’s Power (NPP) comrade Anura Dissanayake addressed a full house at the...
Betting the house: the Crown Casino scandal
Royal Commissions in two states, Victoria and Western Australia, into the Crown Casino empire have revealed the enormous amount of corruption.
CPA at protests around the country
The CPA fighting for aged care workers in Perth. Around 500 workers rallied at the Perth Cultural Centre demanding respect for aged care workers and...
Justice for Cassius
Content Warning: Racial Violence Last month, a fifteen-year-old boy, Cassius Turvey – a Noongar boy – was brutally murdered. It is alleged that Jack Steven...
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...
Action for jobs, pay, safety
Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union members launched major rallies across Australia on Wednesday 5th April as anger mounts over serious issues facing the nation...
Guardian well received by construction workers
Carrying out the decision of the Central Committee that Guardian issue #2011 of Monday 20th June be distributed to building workers across the country, Party...
Right to housing
On any given night in Western Australia over 9,000 people can be considered homeless, though many more are homeless and not counted as such. How...
Cuba: revolutionary continuity
The Australia-Cuba Friendship Society (ACFS) welcomed young Cubans, Marianniz Diaz and Ivan Barreto to Perth on 11th - 14th August 2023. Their visit was the final leg...
Shame, Inghams, shame!
Around 1000 workers at Inghams chickens have been on strike, demanding better wages and conditions. Their demand for a 6 per cent pay increase was...