Daily Archives: October 16, 2015


Save Wharves at Kangaroo Point

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For Jagera people, Kangaroo Point is most sacred because that is where we could first see the morning light (before colonisation) – Kevin Vieritz (1958 – 2015) Today is the last day you can contest the plan for the development … Continue reading


On Balibo

Six journalists were killed and it shouldn’t have been swept under the carpet. Forty years ago on Friday, five young men met their deaths in a small corner of a foreign field. Gary Cunningham, Brian Peters, Malcolm Rennie, Greg Shackleton, … Continue reading


‘Constant revolutionising’

PART ONE OF FOUR ‘Constant revolutionising’ ‘We all know the workplace is changing and one of the big drivers is because the world itself is changing so profoundly.’ — John Brumby, prize idiot, erstwhile Anti-labour Party premier of Victoria, and … Continue reading


Pie in the Sky

Live on hay. Work and pray. There’ll be pie in the sky when you die. It’s a lie Despite proclamations upholding the U.S. Constitution, more than half of its citizens are under the delusion that they live in an officially … Continue reading


Inspiring and courageous action in support of refugee children

Doctors, nurses, medical professionals and support and administration workers at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne have sent a sharp message to the federal government that the inhuman imprisonment of refugee children in off-shore detention centres must come to an … Continue reading