Getting the message out There are a range of ways to network to other progressive organisations and people with Green Left Weekly. Obviously you can write copy on a political happening, place an entry in "Meetings, Parties, Anything..." or
Vegetarianism Fortunately for those wishing to become vegetarians the path is nowhere near as difficult and confusing as Dave Riley's article "Does meat make the meal?" (Green Left 11/8/93). In fact the most difficult part about becoming a
Protest against murder by police By Nick Fredman LONDON — Chanting "No justice, no peace" and "British police, racist police", 2000 people marched through the north London suburb of Hornsey on August 7 to protest the killing of Joy
By Gyorgy Scrinis Until the modern era, bread was the symbol and the source of sustenance in many cultures, and was referred to in the bible as the "staff of life". Now, most commercial bread is fluffy, tasteless, and nutritionless, and bread
By Nick Everett SYDNEY — The People to People Conference held here over the weekend of August 14-15 to discuss issues of common concern to people in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, West Papua, East Timor and Bougainville was
Pacific peepshow Pacifica: Tales from the South Seas13-part series commencing Thursday, September 2, 7.30p.m. (7.00p.m. Adelaide) SBS Television Reviewed by Ignatius Kim From musicals (South Pacific, Blue Hawaii) to TV shows
Tories target single parents By Julia Perkins LONDON — With the British economy failing to show any consistent signs of recovery, the quest for scapegoats continues: the accusing finger of blame having stabbed at immigrants, the
By Sean Malloy At least 136,000 young people will be affected by changes to Austudy payments introduced by the ALP government in its August 17 budget. The government will legislate that "Austudy payments to at home students aged 17 now will
By Renfrey Clarke MOSCOW — Since the end of July, the Russian government has been challenged by the largest wave of strikes since the coal industry struggles of 19891991. Even more impressive than the size of the actions has been the range
Compulsory viewing for judges Below the Belt A play by Daniel Scott Starring Imogen Annesley and Duncan Piney Crossroads Theatre, Sydney until September 12, then Universal Theatre in Melbourne, September 1425 Reviewed by Barry Healy


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