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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
By Phil Shannon Most people now agree that the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 50 years ago was a tragedy. But for 50 years, the myth that it was also necessary has been argued by political and military supporters of nuclear weapons. All
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 Bill Mason BRISBANE — Factional warfare has begun inside the Queensland Labor Party following the final declaration of the state election, which the ALP won by a bare one seat. In a bitter row over cabinet selection, the
Japanese government punished for air pollution By Eva Cheng In a landmark court ruling on July 5, the Japanese government and its Hanshin Expressway Public Corporation were ordered to pay 65 million yen to 18 victims — some of

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