Help stop the proposed Westlink tunnel and freeway/tollway which will choke our suburbs with more cars and trucks, and which will cause all traffic in no time to be as bad as it is today. Find out more about transport solutions for the West.

West Sunshine Community Centre,
25 Kermeen St,
West Sunshine.

Women musicians join forces to support 3CR's Music Sans Frontieres' fundraiser with harp, voices, and songs from round the world: Marilla Homes singing in both folk and classical styles, Carolina Cordeiro with her fado singing, and women's choir, Breathing Space, sing songs from Georgia, the Balkans and beyond. 8pm. 1 Mark St, North Fitzroy. $18/$12.

Sunday, March 22

Speakers on domestic violence, education, working conditions and drug and alcohol issues - plus local ALP and Greens candidates in NSW election. 11am. QEII Square, 538 Dean St, Albury.

The media is full of claims and counter claims about the reality and impact of climate change.
Scientists, industry leaders and politicians all seem to be at loggerheads about what, if anything, needs to be done.

Meteorologist David Karoly talks with social psychologist Yoshihisa Kashima.

7:30pm (refreshments 7pm).
Manningham Function Centre, Level 1, Room 2, 699 Doncaster Rd, Doncaster.

Speaker: Susan Price (national co-convenor of Socialist Alliance). Organised by Socialist Alliance. City Square.

Wednesday, February 24

What's wrong with capitalism? What is socialism? How can we fight for a better world? 12pm. VU Nicholson St campus, Room N207. For info ph 9639 8622.

The European colonisation of the Americas 500 years ago juxtaposed two very different forms of agriculture separated by continents: one livestock-based devastating land and inland waters, the other land-based allowing space, wilderness and animals to roam free. Both continents had around 100 million people but the latter was essentially de-populated and totally transformed in a startling story of invasion, colonization and deadly disease. 7:30pm. Magpie House Wholistic Centre, 48 Main St, Upwey.

Tuesday, November 11

Join us in St Kilda to hear it straight from sex workers. Victoria’s licensing regime harms sex workers. Full decriminalisation is needed now for sex workers’ health and safety. 4:30pm. Catani Gardens, Saint Kilda.

Bart Willoughby, a long-term Indigenous musician has played benefits for countless progressive causes. His recent heart 'event' shocked his friends and colleagues but a successful operation has focussed us on helping with a fundraising concert. Sunday afternoon, May 22 is going to be one of those unrepeatable showcases, replete with great Australian music and musicians. We hope to raise over $5000. Bart has had to cancel a lot of work.

1.30pm (for a 2pm start).

Corner Hotel, 57 Swan Street, Richmond. $30.


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