We speak with veteran independent journalist and activist Tony Serve who, upon returning from abroad, had his phone and pin demanded of him by Border Force officers, raising further concerns for journos and activists in the day and age of metadata retention laws and the ongoing erosion of our civil liberties.
Archive | January, 2016
We talk to Robert Eggington of the Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation in the wake of the Federal Government’s pledged $1 million to set up a “critical response” project to tackle Indigenous suicide in Western Australia. The Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation has worked with the Aboriginal community at the grassroots level for 30 years in a wide ranging […]
TPP update and forecast with NZ activist and trade unionist Edward Miller.
We speak with Yarramun, blogger at http://black-australia.tumblr.com/ about the racist nature of the ‘walkabout’ dance party which caused a social media storm.