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Bloodlines Kev Carmody Festival Records Reviewed by Ignatius Kim The journey that Kev Carmody embarked on early this year with the EP Streetbeat is continued with his third album, Bloodlines. Originally a journey through
The birth of McCarthyism Timewatch: The Un-Americans SBS Television Three-part series beginning Monday, August 23, 7.30 p.m. (7.00 in Adelaide) Reviewed by Allen Myers "Are Communists People?". It sounds like a joke today, but that
A meeting held here on August 2 attracted about 40 women to re-launch the Women's Liberation Organisation. The meeting flowed out of a forum held last June, which attracted 120 women, to discuss the fragmented state of the women's liberation
By Melanie Sjoberg ADELAIDE — There's a joke going around that says Mabo stands for "Money Available for Barristers Only", Kathy Whimp, project officer with the Aboriginal Legal Rights Service told a Politics in the Pub forum attended by
By Maurice Sibelle BRISBANE — Opposition to the proposed state government cutbacks in education is growing following the largest strike of teachers in Queensland on August 4. At a meeting between the Queensland Council of Parents and
Victorian plan to scrap civil juries By Alex Cooper MELBOURNE — The Kennett government is considering plans to scrap juries in civil cases. Draft legislation has been produced by the attorney general's department and will be considered
Did you know that Green Left Weekly was sold in over 12 regional cities and towns across Australia? You can buy Green Left at the Dancing Bear Cafe at Toowoomba in Queensland. You can get Green Left from Bobouche in Bundaburg, in Middlemount,
By Ray Fulcher MELBOURNE — The new leadership of the State Public Services Federation (Victoria) has accepted the Kennett government's industrial program of individual contracts. The move was welcomed by Premier Jeff Kennett and Trades Hall
Blackfellas Starring John Moore, David Ngoombujarra, Jaylene Riley, Lisa Kinchela and John Hargreaves Written and directed by James Ricketson Opening in Melbourne and at Valhalla Cinema in Sydney on August 26, Perth on September 2 with other
By Sean Malloy and Doug Lorimer "The complexity of the Israel/Palestine conflict is that at its root is a conflict between two fundamentally legitimate aspirations", Vivienne Porzsolt claimed in Green Left Weekly No. 110. This assertion is

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