“Let’s call a spade a spade, this bill is a further attempt to protect the interests of climate criminals and big business, while intimidating and muzzling activists," said NUS Education Officer Luc Velez.
Thousands of public school teachers within the NSW Teachers Federation (TFed) walked off the job this morning and gathered at Hyde Park Fountain before marching to NSW Parliament on Macquarie Street to protest stagnating wages and excessive workloads. It is the first strike taken by teachers in the public sector since 2011 and comes alongside…
Students are demanding increased COVID relief payments and other welfare support measures.
USyd Welfare Collective joined local community groups to protest the state government’s selling of public housing in Glebe.
Tenant advocates are concerned that low-income renters impacted by COVID-19 may face homelessness after the moratorium ends.
The state government's new bill would only further impact on carbon emissions levels.
Andy Mason analyses the colonial legacies that have led to the water crisis in Walgett as part of Honi’s Invasion Day Coverage.
The council has pushed its pedal power target back by over ten years.
Why help a group of vulnerable people when brands could be selling people their products instead?
"We, as student representatives, have been listening to students’ experiences of sexual violence, of institutional cover-ups, of inadequate prevention and support, for many years."