Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, still yet to be released, has already been bought up by the world’s richest, Morning Star reports.
St John, registered charity and largest provider of ambulance services in the country, have backtracked on promises for pay increases. But why are medics fighting a NGO instead of the Ministry of Health? James Morgan explains.
James Morgan reviews Karen Shakhnazarov’s “White Tiger” and finds it a refreshingly effective model for how fascism should be portrayed in films.
Spotify, in an attempt to return to illegal payola strategies of the radio, has announced a new scheme intended to expand the dominance of the largest music monopolies, Hector McLachlan explains.
The UN resolution marking the end of World War Two has been edited to remove a paragraph calling anti-fascism the “common legacy” of all UN member states.
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