Daily Archives: May 3, 2019


Brisbane anti-war movement says ‘Free Julian Assange’

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Last Train to Mirabad Julian Assange took on the US Wikileak’d ten years war in Afghanistan Julian roams downstairs in Woolwich Court Thinking what would Pilger and Ellsberg do now? Waiting to be taken through tunnel to Belmarsh Prison Where … Continue reading


Profile of a union organiser

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In the lead up to the 2019 May Day celebrations we take a look at what it is like being a union organiser. Paul Petersen was a wharfie for 12 years and then went to sea. He then took on … Continue reading


Is climate change union business?

The Australian Labor Party was formed by the unions to gain parliamentary political power. From its formation a debate constantly raged as to the extent of compromise acceptable to achieve this goal. In the 1980s and 1990s this internal battle … Continue reading