THE South African Communist Party (SACP) welcomed the decision yesterday to reject parole for the murderer of its former general secretary Chris Hani.
Justice Minister Michael Masutha backed decisions by the North Gauteng High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal to deny Polish-born...
Saturday 18th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
U2 FRONTMAN Bono has been invited to visit the Lithuanian shopping centre he allegedly owns as part of his Maltese tax haven investments revealed in the “paradise papers.”
Utena mayor Alvydas Katinas said on Thursday he had written to the sunglasses-wearing Irish warbler,...
CUTS to state school budgets are going to be worse than expected, union analysis of government figures found yesterday.
The joint research by five education unions revealed that almost 18,000 schools, amounting to 90 per cent of schools in the state sector, face receiving less cash per...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
WORKERS and bosses are receiving advice on what constitutes sexual harassment from conciliation service Acas.
Harassment includes unwanted physical contact; written or verbal remarks about a colleague’s appearance, offensive jokes and questions about their sex life; or the...
ANTI-FRACKING campaigners who blocked the entrance to a drilling site in Lancashire were found guilty yesterday of causing an obstruction.
But Blackpool magistrates’ court dismissed charges against them brought under Tory anti-union legislation.
Across the various communities coexisting in Lancaster West, there is a sense of waiting and increasing frustration. ANN CZERNIK reports
posted by Morning Star in Features
Justice League (12A)
Directed by Zach Snyder
WHAT Hollywood always needs is cinematic superheroes to knock the living daylights out of Really Bad Guys — and out of the box office too.
So do filmgoers who enjoy heroes with amazing superpowers, unusual...
Friday 17th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
What do the latest revelations about tax avoidance tell us about multinationals and modern capitalism? JONATHAN WHITE has a few ideas
Middleton feels England are a better team thanks to final loss
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Over half the world’s Atlantic grey seals live in Britain, writes PETER FROST, so any fall in population here has wide-ranging implications globally