British and Ecuadorian authorities in talks to evict Julian Assange from London embassy
16 July 2018
Media reports point to the ongoing conspiracy, involving the British, US and Ecuadorian governments, to terminate Assange’s political asylum in violation of international law.
Australian royal commission reveals predatory bank lending to small businesses
16 July 2018
Testimony made clear that the banks routinely provided dubious loans that they knew small business owners and franchisees would have little chance of servicing.
Australia’s new secrecy laws block exposure of government crimes
14 July 2018
The government is seeking to prevent access to critical information that the public has the right to know.
Australia: Inquest into Dreamworld tragedy reveals health and safety violations
13 July 2018
A few months before the fatal October 2016 accident, company officials ordered staff to stop spending money on repairs and maintenance.

Australian lawyers association warns foreign interference laws violate rights to free speech
13 July 2018
“This type of regulation of civil society is a prominent feature of repressive regimes. It is not a feature of open democracies.”
Australia: Victorian bus drivers strike over wages and conditions
13 July 2018
The Transport Workers Union has previously solicited donations from the bus company that it fraudulently claims to be leading a struggle against.
Australia’s new “foreign interference” laws: A threat to anti-war dissent
12 July 2018
The unprecedented laws were demanded by Washington as a model for legislation to demonise and suppress opposition to war, particularly against China.
New Zealand defence policy targets China, Russia
11 July 2018
In line with the US Trump administration, the NZ Labour-led government is preparing for war abroad and class war at home.