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Julian Assange's father speaks in Brisbane about son's torture

Julian Assange’s father, John Shipton, will be speaking in Brisbane at the Kurilpa Hall in West ...  
Coalition persists with 'dead, buried and exhumed' union-busting bill

The Coalition has reintroduced the freshly-defeated EI Bill, doubling-down on its anti-union ...  
Hillary and Obama attack Bernie and other progressive candidates

Barrack Obama and Hillary Clinton have come out attacking progressive and independent-minded U.S. ...  
Albanese plans full fibre replacement for 'dog's breakfast' NBN

Jeremy Corbyn and Anthony Albanese have put full-fibre NBN back on the agenda, writes Paul Budd ...  
Berejiklian and Morrison's eerie silence on bushfires and Sydney water quality fears

With bushfires now encroaching on Sydney and surrounds, experts have now expressed concerns for ...  
Truth and lies and Angus Taylor

Truth is said to be the first casualty of war, but today it is the first casualty of politics. ...  
Coalition tax cuts a complete failure, latest data shows

Figures just released provide damning evidence of the failure of the Coalition’s current budget ...  
Dutton's partner visa scandal set to continue

Peter Dutton has created a scandalous two-year waiting period and exorbitant costs for partner ...  
Jim Cairns: Labor Left legend, Whitlam Minister and philosopher

Jim Cairns was a towering political figure in his day, and a serious rival to Gough Whitlam. After ...  
Australia on fire: Priorities, delusions and governments’ duties of care

Over the past few weeks terrorists have killed six Australians and destroyed 673 homes, 1,400 ...  
WREN'S WEEK: Union-busting, Medevac and #AngusGate

A week of surprises in Parliament with the death of the EI Bill and the repeal of the Medevac ...  
Apologies to Independent Australia from Angus Taylor, Mick Fuller and others

Welcome along to Independent Australia’s annual Christmas Party, here at the Rose of Australia ...  
The repeal of Medevac legislation sets an ugly precedent

The Coalition's decision to repeal a law that secures healthcare rights for refugees is astound ...  
Moneyed interests control the Coalition Government

How do we deal with what is happening in Australia right now?  
The kangaroo kleptocracy

How can companies associated with a cabinet minister receive millions in government subsidies ...  
Remembering the last three years since Trump's election

Thinking he would lose and in order to save money, Donald Trump hired a small hotel ballroom for ...  
Hope for peace in Bougainville while West Papua endures

Voting that started on Saturday 23 November, in the long-awaited referendum over independence for ...  
JOHN PILGER: Julian sat alone, his fist clenched and held high

I set out at dawn. Her Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh is in the flat hinterland of south-east London ...  

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