This was the Inner West in all its grit, soot, and industry — the railways, the tramways, power generation, and the working harbour intertwined.
Author: Will Thorpe
With turnout low but having increased this year, it remains to be seen whether it will significantly improve — what happens will certainly depend on the actions of our councillors.
As the mercury evaporates, the ongoing Battle of Camperdown is not the only impediment to students voting.
Around you are respectable commuters travelling to work. Then there’s you, dressed in yesterday’s attire.
The speakout was organised by the USYD students vote yes campaign, and emphasised the Uluru Statement-proposed model of Voice, Treaty and Truth.
While the new government has been seeking to cut costs all around, and construction is indeed well over-budget, the unfortunate truth is that NSW Labor has a dubious track record on public transport initiatives.
Throughout its history, Honi has drawn the ire of Christian societies and conservatives on and off campus.
Originally billed as a protest against Donald Trump Jr. who was previously scheduled to speak in Australia, speakers at the snap rally highlighted issues faced by transgender people in Australia and overseas and emphasised the detrimental effect of Trumpism on trans people.
The rally, organised by the Rainbow Rights Coalition, demanded that trans people be protected from discrimination, that the Safe Schools program be reinstated, and the expansion of gender-affirming healthcare.
Students and activists attended the rally to protest against Labor’s expansion of fossil fuels and continued support for anti-protest laws.