Election platform

While the NSW Coalition government can spend billions of dollars on rebuilding football stadiums, it says it cannot build 40,000 new public homes to house homeless people.

This is cruel and wrong. Having a certain proportion of the community go without a stable roof over their heads is a visual reminder to housed workers that their situation is precarious, and that they should be “grateful”. 

Socialist Alliance activist Sam Wainwright is recontesting his council position in the City of Fremantle. He talks about the limits of business-led solutions to the city's problems and why Freo's stand on social and environmental issues is something to celebrate.

Socialist Alliance will contest the upcoming Inner West Council election on September 9.

The latest Newspoll for the NSW elections on March 23 has Labor and the Coalition neck and neck. A Coalition or Labor minority government dependent on crossbench support is considered to be likely by the pundits.

The Socialist Alliance has a vision for a better world — and we are running in the federal election to share that vision and help make it become a reality.

Socialist Alliance is running in the Queensland elections to help build an anti-capitalist current in Queensland and national politics.

“We need to return Newcastle to a vision that builds community rather than destroy and denigrate it.”

The Socialist Alliance will be running three Hunter-based candidates in the March 23 NSW state elections.

The Socialist Alliance will contest the 2019 NSW State Election to put people in control of planning and to build community resistance to corporate greed.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s recent decision to abandon plans for more local councils mergers is a win for communities who strongly protested this undemocratic decision.

“NSW not for sale!” was one of the chants at a Fix NSW rally on March 3, 20 days out from the state election.

Heatwaves kill and our cities and suburbs are not designed with sufficient trees to help lower surface temperatures.

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