Jess Beckering speaks to Indymedia’s Raymond Grenfell on the on-going campaign to protect native forests in WA’s south-west.
Archive | May, 2017
Indymedia’s Raymond Grenfell speaks to Valerie Farfalla from the Australian Unemployed Workers Union (AUWU) regarding federal government plans to trial the mandatory drug testing of welfare recipients.
The Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission last week began hearings for the State Wage Case which will set the wages for some of the lowest paid working people in WA, those on the WA Minimum Wage and state awards. Around 100,000 people rely on this decision to determine their wages. Again, this year the peak […]
Felicity Ruby is a Doctoral candidate at the University of Sydney and former political adviser to Senator Scott Ludlam. Her research is focused on transnational political movements resisting mass surveillance. Indymedia’s Karun Cowper spoke to Felicity about her PhD dissertation entitled “The Fourth Eye: Australia’s Role in the Five Eyes before and after Snowden”. Even […]
Indymedia’s Raymond Grenfell speaks to Road To Rail convenor, Sam Wainwright about the state government’s announcement of over two billion dollars worth of road and rail infrastructure, including $1.6 billion dollars of federal funding previously ear-marked for the Perth Freight Link.
Indymedia’s Raymond Grenfell speaks to Julien Vincent from Market Forces regarding Westpac’s decision to not fund new coal, including Adani’s Carmichael project. A project that, if built, would be the largest coal mine in the southern hemisphere.
Indymedia’s Raymond Grenfell speaks to Greens Senator Scott Ludlam regarding the implications of changes to government policy on metadata retention and the recent breach by the Australian Federal Police.