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Ark Tribe is a construction worker from South Australia facing six months in jail. He has been charged with not attending an interview with the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC).

Recently 5 council members out of 9 of the Campbelltown City Council in Adelaide voted against a motion to errect a flag pole to fly the Aboriginal flag alongside the australian, state and Campbelltown flags on the front lawn of the council chambers in Campbelltown. It is important to note that Mayor Brewer is for this motion and is passionate about this issue also (read the article).

Pro-Honduras film screening

On behalf of FMLN Adelaide Committee "Dr. Melida Anaya Montes", I am pleased to greet you and inform you that our Salvadorean Political Organisation will be screening the film "We are not afraid" in solidarity with our geographical neighbours of Honduras.

The venue will be as follows:
Date and time: Friday 27Th August 2010 at 6:30 PM
Building: Auditorium of Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union (AMWU)
Location: 229 Greenhill Rd. Dulwich SA 5065
Contact: Aland C Quintana. Mobile 0400 923302

Rally for an Australian Iraq War Inquiry.
The decision to go to Iraq was taken against the clear will of the Australian people. Since then, the death tolls have topped 1,000,000 and chaos has gripped the entire region. Those who opposed the war were right in their political and moral instincts. To go to war so needlessly has left a festering wound of cynicism in the Australian psyche.

The Chilcot Report released in the UK adds official weight to the demand that we forget how much destruction has been reaped, and to ensure it never happens again.

Equal Love meetings are every Monday at 5:30pm.

Activist Centre, Rm 205, Lvl 2, 95 Currie St, city

Jason Virgo 0468 839 086 jwvirgo@gmail.com or James Vigus 0412 906 978 jamesvigus@gmail.com

A night of music, poetry, rhythm & culture to support people-powered alternative media.
 
Featuring: 
- SONS OF ZÖKU (psychedelic rock ) 
- ARGUS & THE LIAR  (Hip hop / folk)

Saturday January 22, lunch from 1pm, meeting from 1.30pm @ Adelaide Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St, Adelaide.

Location: Adelaide Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St

Hear a first-hand report from the historic Presidential elections that have just taken place in Venezuela which saw socialist President Hugo Chavez being voted in for a fourth term, with 54% of the vote and a record high voter turn out.

In the lead up to the elections, brigade participants from Australia and around the world took part in rallies in Caracas in which millions of people took to the streets in support of Chavez and the revolutionary process.

The vile bigots of Reclaim Australia have called another rally. We sent them home with their tails between their legs last time, let's repeat that victory!

The Reclaim rallies have been created, and boosted, by the racist climate in Australia, where both the government and opposition agree on locking up refugees, bombing Syria, and pushing Islamophobia. These ideas can't go unchallenged. These rallies can't go ahead without a strong presence of anti-racists showing that we disagree with the politics of racism, and we disagree with Reclaim.

from Oil Dependence to Local Resilience - 'In Transition', supported by 'The Story of Stuff'
Come and see what the Transition fuss is all about. See how communities around the world are responding to peak oil and the climate crisis with creativity, imagination & humour, and how they are setting about rebuilding their local economies and communities. Local soup & organic bread available after film for $4

Masonic Hall, 66 Semaphore Rd, Semaphore
Presented by Transition Adelaide West
Donations collected at the door to cover costs

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