Scott Morrison may have won the election. But his government has a very thin majority—and plenty of problems ahead.
Since their re-election, the Coalition has made it clear there will be no change to their useless climate policies.
Dramatic Federal Police raids on the media have sparked alarm over press freedom and the growing powers of Australia’s security state.
The right has seized upon the sacking of football superstar Israel Folau to further a homophobic campaign in the name of “religious freedoms”.
Indigenous players caused a storm by refusing to sing the Australian national anthem during the opening State of Origin rugby league game in Brisbane in early June.
On 25 May, the body of yet another young woman was found in a Melbourne park. Her name was Courtney Herron. She was only 25, had struggled with addiction issues and she was homeless.
Over 100 people have been murdered in a soaring wave of brutal attacks on Sudan’s revolution.
The United States is a dangerous place to be a woman. An onslaught of laws has chipped away at abortion rights since Donald Trump’s inauguration as president two and a half years ago.
Labor was unable to win over working class voters at the election with its promises of change—reflecting long term decline in its class roots and credibility, writes James Supple
New jobs in renewable energy and low emissions industries need to be well-paid and unionised if workers are going to welcome them as an alternative writes Penny Howard
In 1989 students in Beijing sparked an upheaval that drew in millions of ordinary workers, and spread all across the country, writes Mark Goudkamp
Since the election of the Morrison government, Manus Island and Port Moresby have become a pit of despair.
The campaign against John Setka, Victorian branch secretary of the CFMEU, has reached fever pitch. But the domestic violence charges against Setka are a very serious issue.
Aotearoa/New Zealand’s largest ever nationwide education “mega-strike” took place on Wednesday 29 May.