Zebedee Schrader interviews Unions Wellington co-convenor Ben Peterson on the prospects of the union movement in NZ under the new government.
The cannabis legalisation referendum appears to have failed. James Morgan writes that this matter of public health shouldn’t have been a referendum at all.
It has been revealed that in the late 80s and early 90s, the NZ SIS broke into the Embassy of Iran in collaboration with the CIA. Hector McLachlan expounds the situation and the history surrounding it.
The following article is a resolution of the Communist Party Central Committee passed on 3 November 2020. While a longer read than most articles written for the Workers’ Star, it … Read More
In his article on the Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme, Hector McLachlan emphasises the practical necessity of proletarian internationalism for the NZ union movement.
Election week is here and it seems all but certain that a Labour-led government will come into power after the 17th of October. Though the outcome seems clear among major … Read More
The right wing in NZ have fallen out of step. James Morgan analyses the parties involved and the consequences this may have on the country at large.
Last week the new Prime Minister of the ‘Cook’ Islands, Mark Brown, said that there would be a travel bubble between New Zealand and the Cook Islands by Christmas. Many … Read More
Zebedee Schrader reports on urban bus drivers getting a living wage and the curious involvement of NZTA.