Students rally in Adelaide By Alison Dellit ADELAIDE — More than 400 students gathered outside of Parliament House here on October 13 to protest against the latest round of HECS increases. The rally was organised by the right-wing
By Stephen Robson PHNOM PENH — After the adoption of a new constitution, the 22,000-strong forces of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) are withdrawing. On September 21, the 120-person Constituent Assembly
By Lesley Warne WOLLONGONG — A couple of years ago Elizabeth Perry decided that she wanted to do something interesting with her life. She came to Wollongong on a visit one day and decided it was the perfect place for a second-hand quality
Sunday night in Brunswick By Sean Lennon MELBOURNE — Every Sunday night in Brunswick, music cooperative "One C One" puts on concerts at the Mechanics Institute. One C One provides music which is non-commercial and acoustic and caters to a
By Chris Beale Thailand's "pro-democracy" government of Prime Minister Chuan is fighting for its life in the face of a comeback by "unusually rich" politicians and destabilising arson attacks. A super-merger of opposition pro-military
By Mike Karadjis SYDNEY — Representatives of more than 20 community and youth organisations have voted to cut off all joint activity with the police throughout the Fairfield-Cabramatta area following incidents of abuse of police power. These
Lesbians celebrate in Brisbane By Carolyn Ride BRISBANE — Lesbians, gay men and supportive heterosexuals celebrated International Lesbian Day, October 10, with a public mock wedding in Post Office Square. Deni and Solange,
By Norm Dixon "These Men Both Won the Nobel Peace Prize. Only One Deserves It." This was the bitter response of Sunday Nation, South Africa's leading weekly black newspaper, to the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to both Nelson Mandela and
By Paul Oboohov SYDNEY — New Zealand brewing giant Lion Nathan bugged, spied upon, videoed and photographed union meetings of workers during a recent dispute at its Tooheys plant here recently. Criminal lawyer and Sun-Herald columnist
By Marita Mueller The fall of the Berlin Wall in October 1989 and the reunification of Germany a year later had many consequences for East German women. At reunification East German laws were simply replaced by West German ones, without any


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