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By Irina Glushchenko MOSCOW — "I'm standing before a sign: Construction Administration of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. The name of this modest little town is to be transferred to one of the giants of nuclear power generation ... The
By Chris Spindler "It seems incredible that in supposedly the most efficient farming sector in the world, people are starving on their own property. In a number of centres there are already breakfast programs starting so that children will
The Heartbreak Kid Directed by Michael Jenkins Written by Richard Barrett and Michael Jenkins With Claudia Karvan, Alex Dimitriades, Steven Bastoni, Nico Lathouris At Hoyts Cinemas Reviewed by Max Lane Heartbreak Kid packs a lot
Bougainville I trust your readers enjoyed the parody of a review of the ABC's "Foreign Correspondent" program on Bougainville (GLW 23/6/93) by Max Watts and Norm Dixon as much as I did. Just seeing the name Max Watts as a by-line was
By Joy McEntee Hobart — Five churches in the Hobart suburb of Moonah, where the state's only independent abortion clinic is located, have mounted an inter-denominational roster of weekly prayer meetings for mothers and unborn children.
By Katrina Dean MELBOURNE — The 22nd national conference of Resistance was held here over the weekend of July 3-5. The overall tone of the conference was clear: young people will think for themselves, speak for themselves, act on their own
Breakout Jimmy Cliff JRS Records through Festival Reviewed by Norm Dixon Jimmy Cliff is without doubt the best loved, most sincere and most political Jamaican reggae artist around. Being the best known survivor of the classic
Homelands Produced and directed by Tom Zubrycki Shown at the Melbourne International Film Festival Reviewed by Di Quin Homelands tells the story of Maria and Carlos Robles, political refugees from El Salvador now living in suburban
By Lisa O'Neill and Dave Hemming ADELAIDE — World Heritage listing for key sites in the Lake Eyre Basin has been mooted since at least 1985, but still remains to be accomplished. Public pressure on the issue is now beginning to build
By Anne Casey SYDNEY — A dangerous precedent has been set in NSW with the criminal conviction of five logging protesters who appeared in Cooma Local Court on July 7. The five conservationists were arrested in April during a peaceful

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