WA teachers step up campaign PERTH — At a mass meeting on July 27, teachers voted to extend their campaign for better education with a series of rolling strikes. Teachers will stop work for two hours each Thursday, beginning with the
Blame the system By Kath Gelber @column = Susan Smith, the woman who, in desperation, killed her two children and then blamed their disappearances on a black man who hijacked her car, has become the latest victim in that great
By Lewina Jackson and Miguel Troncoso SYDNEY — Committees in Solidarity with Latin America and the Caribbean (CISLAC) traditionally holds an event at this time of the year to celebrate the Nicaraguan Revolution and the attack on the
@column = Based on highly reliable international contacts, leaked documents and horoscopes from several TV magazines, Nostradamus' Media Watch presents a highly accurate forecast of political events across the globe. @column = UN redefines
The truth about the bomb Summer of the bomb SBS, Sunday, August 6, 8.30pm (8 South Australia) Previewed by Jennifer Thompson This documentary will be aired on the 50th anniversary of the US Air Force dropping the
Trading Hazards: the export of toxic waste to the Third World By Karen Medica Research and Policy Unit, World Vision Australia, 1995 Reviewed by Lisa Macdonald Trading Hazards is the second monograph in an "Issues in Global
Kangaroo '95 protest @9point = ADELAIDE — Forty people took part in a protest on July 29 against the Kangaroo '95 war games currently under way in the north of Australia. Organised by the Campaign for an Independent East Timor (SA), the
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
By Norm Dixon Spanish Socialist Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez knew of the activities of state-sponsored death squads which murdered dozens of Basque refugees in the 1980s, according to a senior politician who oversaw the death squads'


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