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Would an end to the Berejiklian government be a bad thing?

Would an end to the Berejiklian government be a bad thing?

Crikey readers discuss the legacy of the NSW Liberal government, and the necessity of student protesters.

Crikey Worm: dozens of Palestinians killed

Crikey Worm: dozens of Palestinians killed

Good morning, early birds. Dozens of Palestinian protesters killed by Israeli forces. Plus, a teenage boy at risk of suicide has been forcibly returned to Australia's detention centre on Nauru. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

The forgotten Anzac Day protests of the ’80s

The forgotten Anzac Day protests of the ’80s

The 1980s heralded a swell of protests highlighting the treatment of women in war, and the role of rape as a weapon. Decades later, the problem is still invisible.

Revellers dance, march and sing through the tear gas at Sicilian anti-G7, anti-Trump protest

Revellers dance, march and sing through the tear gas at Sicilian anti-G7, anti-Trump protest

They marched without masks. They marched without bandanas. Freelance journalist Matthew Clayfield. reports.

AAP suspended for Parliament protest photos

AAP suspended for Parliament protest photos

AAP photographers and management get a suspension from the press gallery over photos of November's asylum seeker protest in the House of Representatives.

A cross-party statement from the House of Representatives: keep question time sacred

A cross-party statement from the House of Representatives: keep question time sacred

The protesters who hijacked question time on Wednesday threaten Australia's most sacred institution, writes satirist Ben Pobjie.

Monash, Curtin students threatened by unis ahead of Malaysian protests

Monash, Curtin students threatened by unis ahead of Malaysian protests

The warnings come just days ahead of major protests calling for the resignation of Malaysia’s PM, writes Jarni Blakkarly, a freelance journalist based in Melbourne. He tweets at @jarniblakkarly.

Rio Tinto v Bulga: how a small NSW town is taking on a mining multinational

Rio Tinto v Bulga: how a small NSW town is taking on a mining multinational

The people of Bulga have been fighting Rio Tinto for years, and they're not about to give up now, writes PhD candidate at the University of Newcastle Melina Ey.

What we’re missing on NSW’s protester laws

What we’re missing on NSW’s protester laws

Crikey readers discuss politics and other issues of the day.

Don’t confuse protest marches with PR stunts

Don’t confuse protest marches with PR stunts

Crikey readers have their say on Thailand, Manus Island and the effectiveness of protest marches