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Much to discuss at women's conference By Carla Gorton ADELAIDE — "Creating Space for Change" was the theme of a women's conference on July 21-22 at Adelaide High School. The conference was attended by almost 200 women and
By Deb Sorensen DARWIN — Over the four days of the Indonesia and Regional Conflict Resolution Conference held here from July 25, participants from the Asia-Pacific region, Europe and the United States discussed how to better establish
Nuclear disarmament: why isn't it happening? @edit = France's decision to resume nuclear tests in the Pacific has galvanised world opinion against the irrationality of nuclear weapons. Since the end of the Cold War, the vanishing of the
@9point = Actively Radical TV — Community television's progressive current affairs program tackles the hard issues from the activist's point of view. CTS Sydney (UHF 31), every Friday, 10.30pm. @9point = Movie Matinee: Rising to the Bait
Melbourne council workers protest By Kim Linden MELBOURNE — Workers at Moreland Council, which covers the northern inner suburbs, have slapped bans on collecting rubbish and are refusing to collect some parking fines in their
Dissident author receives literary award Pramoedya Ananta Toer, one of Indonesia's foremost authors, was chosen on July 19 to receive this year's Ramon Magsaysay Award for his work in journalism, literature and creative communications, and
Democratic Socialists: End the arms embargo! By Peter Boyle The United Nations should lift the arms embargo on Bosnia, turn over the weapons of the UN "peacekeepers" to the government of Bosnia and get out of the country,
The killing venue By Brandon Astor Jones @outdent = "I am a product of your creation. I responded as programmed ... You seem to think that executing criminals is the answer, but an overhauling of our entire society is the real
@f24 = Anger at ship dumping By Ben Courtice HOBART — The wreck of the BHP ship Iron Baron on July 10, and the resultant slick of 300 tonnes of fuel oil off the north coast of Tasmania, is one the state's worst environmental
By Zohl de Ishtar "We have come to protect you and bring you civilisation and peace." These are the words the French used in 1843 when 500 armed troops, under cover of four warships, marched through Tahiti, arrested Queen Pomare IV (queen

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