@9point = The Story of Pop: Young, Loud and Snotty — Britain's youth by the late '70s found traditional rock music devoid of rebellion, so when the Sex Pistols burst on the scene with what became known as punk music, it was an overnight sensation.
By Belinda O'Dwyer and Marty Branagan
"Lies, lies, how can you tell so many lies?"*
Deforest industry is lying. Backed by the mega money power of corporate ogres like Boral and Daishowa, the National Association of Forest Industries
By James Balowski
For almost a week, thousands of workers from a garment factory, PT Great River Industries (GRI), in Bogor, West Java, have organised a wave of strikes and rallies in pursuit of better wages and conditions.
@lctext = "The Commissioner of Taxation, Mr Michael Carmody, describes transfer pricing [on international 'trade'] within a company] as the 'tax issue of the '90s' — and the tax office claims to have already uncovered major
In Darkest Hollywood: Cinema and Apartheid
ABC TV, Monday, August 7, 11pm
Previewed by Norm Dixon
"Just to sit in this dark place and see magic take place on the wall. For a moment we forgot there was apartheid. We forgot there