The knifing of Malcolm Turnbull has only further damaged and destabilised the Coalition. Their defeat at the election now looks almost certain.
Scott Morrison has lost no time reminding everyone of his conservative credentials.
Five thousand striking workers took over the streets of Sydney’s CBD on Thursday 6 September, demanding fairer laws for workers, the abolition of anti-union bodies, and the right to strike.
Nauru is in meltdown with an epidemic of mental illness and medical problems among children.
Over 1600 workers at Alcoa in WA are continuing an indefinite strike after five weeks.
The release of the 2018 NAPLAN results should be the death knell of the national testing regime.
Left activists have won a strong presence in the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) at Sydney University, alongside an upset defeat for the incumbent state secretary of the union in Victoria.
Crane drivers in NSW at WGC Cranes and Boom Logistics have been banned from striking by the Fair Work Commission.
Opponents of Britain’s left-wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn have mounted a major campaign accusing supporters of the Palestinians, and Corbyn himself, of anti-semitism.
On Sunday 26 August news agencies around the world broadcast shocking footage of thousands of Nazis rampaging through the streets of Chemnitz in Eastern Germany hunting for “foreigners”.
In late August Chinese police raided an apartment, arresting 50 student activists supporting workers attempting to unionise their factory.
BlacKkKlansman, the new Spike Lee film, couldn’t come at a better time. It is a powerful anti-racist roar to action against the rise of the far right.
Malcolm Turnbull has become the latest Prime Minister dumped by his own party. Miro Sandev looks at how the neo-liberal ‘reform agenda’ has brought political instability
Those who side with Russia against the US today are making the same mistake some on the left did during the Cold War, writes Lachlan Marshall
Lenin’s view on the need for a revolutionary party was a product of the experience of the greatest wave of struggles against capitalism so far in history, writes James Supple