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A Room of One's Own Adapted by Patrick Garland from the book by Virginia Woolf Directed by Lois Ellis Staring Pamela Rabe Belvoir Street Theatre, Sydney, August 9-28 and Russell Street Theatre, Melbourne, September 7 to October 1 Reviewed
By Del Cassidy Two young men order a pizza. When the delivery man arrives they rob him and beat him senseless with a baseball bat. Not an uncommon scenario in the United States, arguably one of the most violent countries in the world. In this
By Mike Karadjis From Tony Johnston's account, we would have to believe that today everything is rosy for Greece's ethnic Macedonian minority and there are hardly any of them anyway — a view based almost entirely on the testimony of a visiting
Hairy Beanstalk performance cafe By Freya Pinney WOLLONGONG — If you're into poetry reading with a pot of tea, drama sketches with a smoothie or even acoustic blues with some apple pie, then the Hairy Beanstalk Performance Cafe is for
International Playhouse — The Rocking Chair — By Jean Claude Brisville, translated and adapted by Vernon Dobtcheff. A brash young publisher has sacked the literary manager, an older man who has spent his whole career reading in the rocking chair
By Anthony Brown BRISBANE — After the receivers moved in on his Hamilton Island resort in 1992, infamous Queensland developer Keith Williams started looking around for another part of North Queensland in which to open up his brand of tourism.
Resistance launched in Darwin By Tim E Stewart DARWIN — A banner drop to catch the afternoon traffic on August 5 launched the new Resistance branch here. The banner, "Human rights before mining rights", was designed to highlight the
Many people were shocked that part of the NSW Lands Council's "Racism Sux" campaign which featured huge billboards of an Aboriginal woman with the slogan "They say I am too pretty to be an Aboriginal". Green Left Weekly's SUJATHA FERNANDES and ZANNY
Kennett rams through Grand Prix plans By Dave Wright MELBOURNE — The Kennett government has been exempted from conducting an environment impact study on the Albert Park Grand Prix development. The state governor granted the exemption
By Sarah Stephens The threat of full upfront fees for tertiary education has emerged as a national issue with the release in August of a discussion paper prepared by a joint working group of the Department of Employment, Education and Training

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