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Perth: CFMEU members rally outside the Federal Court in Perth earlier this week to defend civil and democratic rights of 76 members charged for participating in a 5,000-strong rally for jobs and training for young people.

Current Issue of The Guardian

March 25, 2015 - click here for index of articles.

Pyne’s university plan – $300,000 courses

Forget all the talk about university degrees costing as much as $100,000. If the Coalition’s Higher Education reform bill is passed, then students in some courses could face fees of up to $300,000. Education Minister Christopher Pyne may have been defeated in the Senate twice, but he has not given up on deregulating higher education fees. “Great reform takes time,” Pyne said, following the Senate’s rejection of his revamped Higher Education bill last week.  more ...


Editorial – Racist land grab

In November last year Wangatha Elder, Pastor Geoffrey Stokes, journeyed 600 kilometres from Kalgoorlie to speak at a rally on the steps of Parliament House in Perth to call for the protection of remote communities in WA. This was in response to Premier Colin Barnett’s announcement that his Coalition government intended to close down up to 150 of 274 remote communities.  more ...


Refugees attacked on Nauru

An Iranian refugee couple was hospitalised last week after being attacked by rock-throwing Nauruans. Around 10pm, Nauru time, the married couple was riding their motorcycle past the Menon Hotel when they were hit by a shower of rocks.  more ...


Target Venezuela – “Electoral Integrity Project” brings the cold war to Sydney

A multi-million dollar Australian government-funded project at the University of Sydney, linked to spin doctors in Washington, is using a biased and secretive method to help discredit elections in a range of “enemy” countries. The Electoral Integrity Project (EIP) joins the United States Studies Centre (USSC), established in 2007, as another heavily politicised initiative which compromises the independence of Australia’s oldest university.  more ...


Hands off Venezuela – protest in Sydney

Protests were held across the globe over the past week in support of the independence of Venezuela. They took place in the wake of an Executive Order issued a fortnight ago in which US President Barack Obama spoke of the “unusual and extraordinary” threat Venezuela posed to the national security and foreign policy of the US. The statement dramatically underscored growing threats being made against the people, their democratically elected government and the revolutionary process begun in 1998.  more ...


32nd Southern Cross Brigade to Cuba – Southern Cross in Cuba

In the wake of President Obama’s “normalisation” speech with Cuba on December 17, 2014, the participants in the 32nd Australian and New Zealand Southern Cross Brigade began arriving in that tropical socialist republic to the south of the USA.  more ...


Real unemployment double the official rate

How many people are really out of work? The answer is surprisingly difficult to ascertain. For reasons that are likely ideological at least in part, official unemployment figures greatly under-report the true number of people lacking necessary full-time work.  more ...


US weapons to ISIL

A commander of Iraq’s popular forces disclosed that wiretapping of ISIL’s communications has confirmed the reports that US planes have been dropping food and arms supplies for the Takfiri terrorists.  more ...


Culture & Life – Higher education denied

One of the most popular acts of the Whitlam Labor government in the 1970s was the abolition of university fees. It met one of the most general (if often least recognised) demands: that education should be free, secular and universal.  more ...



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Half A Century of Pain


A selection of images from the book Half a Century of Pain – 50 Years of Agent Orange Disaster in Vietnam – 1961-2011, published by the Ministry of Information and Communication of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.  more ...










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