He’s one of Australia’s most celebrated whistleblowers. And he has a warning for us.
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By Jim Hayes
Rupert Murdoch’s battle with giants like Facebook amazon and google and Netflix, over ultimate control over social media seems to be a bigger bite that might have first seemed to the 87-year old. Continue reading Rupert furthers strategy to crash into social media
By Joe Montero
It seems the Australian parliament is set to pass a law, which is supposed to be aimed against donations that aim at political interference by governments of other countries, but is in reality something entirely different. Continue reading New law to stop foreign interference is a dangerous fraud
By Joe Montero
As the world moves towards trade war, International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials are ringing that warning bell. Continue reading Drift towards trade war is the result of economic and political crisis
Gig economy food delivery giant Foodora is going to court over allegations of under payment of three riders. Continue reading Foodora taken to court over gig economy underpayment
For more than a year, workers at Esso’s gas plant at Longford in Victoria, have been out of work and maintaining a permanent vigil outside the gate, over their refusal to accept a cut to a third of their wages, and a roster that they say, would undermine their working conditions. These workers and their families are having a hard time of it, and need donations from supporters to help them get by.
Workers Solidarity in Melbourne has organised a trivia/auction fund raising event.
Book a table or for one. Come. Have some fun and help raise some money.
Food provided, drinks available.
Troy Carter, AMWU delegate and worker
Colin Long, Secretary of the NTEU Victoria
Event organised by Workers Solidarity.
At the AMWU at 251 Queensberry St, Carlton South, Victoria 3053
Joining Victoria’s historic initiative towards putting in place a treaty with the First Nations of the state, the Northern Territory has signed a memorandum of understanding towards a similar result. Continue reading Australia is moving towards a treaty with the First Nations
By Adam Carlton
Corruption among Australia’s top politicians is all the talk now. The common wisdom is that corruption drives the wheels of the Australian political system. Continue reading Inhumane government and corruption are two sides of the same coin
By Jim Hayes
In Australia, the final communique from the G7 meeting in Canada went almost unnoticed. The reason is that the Turnbull government decided to ignore it, because it is thoroughly secured to the coattails of the United States, which did not support the agreement.