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London school sold and shut by trustee who acted ‘without considering consequences’
Minister for Indigenous Australians to deliver Lingiari lecture
QRC supports stronger deterrents against activist trespass
Tell them to go home, Prime Minister
Foreign Secretary call with Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam
Update on policing at Ihumātao protest
Police make arrests after protestsin Brisbane City
NZ police issue statement on Ihumātao protest
Potential disruptionsin Brisbane City and South Brisbane – Tuesday, August 6
Foreign Secretary meets China State Councillor in Beijing
Siding with those who produce our food
Ihumatao update – Police presence decreases at protest site
Russia FCO spokesperson statement in response to Moscow arrests
Ihumātao update – Saturday
Director-General calls for investigation into killing of TV journalist Precious Owolabi in Nigeria
Ongoing dialogue with protestors continues at Ihumatao
NZ police make several arrests after protest near Auckland Airport
NZ police acknowledge peaceful protestors at Ihumatao
Protest acknowledge peaceful protestors at Ihumatao
Great Australian Bight protection before Senate
NZ police to remain at Ihumatao overnight
NZ police presence continues at Ihumatao
Farmers congratulate Morrison Government for prioritising protection of farmers
Aussie Farms Response to Proposed NSW Biosecurity Laws Targeting Activists
Trespass charges at Bowen
Desperate Government stifling dissent with more anti-protest laws
NTEU Ban on Monash University’s Open Day
TWU demands Uber ends unfair terms for workers after ACCC investigation on restaurants
TWU demands Uber ends unfair terms for workers after ACCC investigation on restaurants
Another former Greens leader attacks renewable energy
Anti-everything Greens now targeting renewable energy
Imperial take to streets for Pride in London
New Technology Keeps Tram Passengers Moving
Police charge man after climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge
Potential disruptions in Brisbane CBD on Friday, July 5
Family violence support workers need more support and resources from Hodgman
Primary principals protest Ministry of Education
Australian Greens express solidarity with Sudanese in face of grave human rights abuses
Freedoms for Sudanese people Troika statement
Majority of schools to stay open despite Monday’s strike
Union bosses’ full-day school strike designed to cause maximum chaos for parents, students
Protest in Brisbane City
Hundreds call for action on Horowhenua expressway
Suspension of Legislative Consideration of Hong Kong Extradition Bill
Statement by Council Chairman of University of Hong Kong Professor Arthur Li
Australian FM statement on protests in Hong Kong
Foreign Secretary statement on protests in Hong Kong
DOC welcomes prison sentence for 1080 blackmailer