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Challenge to land reform Mass anger was provoked on June 17, when National Assembly member Fernando Zelaya introduced a bill to rescind land ownership laws passed in March 1990, before the present government took office. The Sandinistas say

Congratulations to you For those who don't read the small print on the cover carefully: this is the 20th issue of Green Left Weekly. That makes it an anniversary of sorts. And thereby hangs a tale — quite a few of them, in fact. When the idea

Greens call for support The Greens of Slovenia, an important part of the governing DEMOS coalition elected in April-May 1990, have appealed to all green organisations to call for recognition of the Slovenian republic. The June 27 appeal, signed

By Ted Mead To most Australians the names nato, narro and ipil mean nothing. To the people of Palawan island in the Philippines, these names represent the splendid hardwood trees that dominate their magnificent forests. These forests, together

CITY STATION FREQUENCY ACT Canberra 2XX 1008 NSW Armidale 2ARM FM 92.3 Bathurst 2MCE FM 92.3 Bellingen 2BBB FM 107.3 Bourke 2WEB 585 Bowral 2WKT FM 107.1 Coffs Harbour 2CHY FM 104.1 Forster 2GLA FM 101.5 Goulburn 2GDR FM

By Peter Boyle Minister for employment, education and training John Dawkins didn't succeed in his effort to push a cut in immigration through the ALP national conference in Hobart, but the issue is being taken up by the media and others.

By Claire Wagner Brisbane's Fortitude Valley rocketed to national notoriety when the ABC screened scenes outside brothels and disclosed police corruption. CLAIRE WAGNER looks at the less "newsworthy" but more important issue of redevelopment.

Great tradition "Having lost 21 of the last 23 elections, it is a double blow to the true believers and supporters to have to face the fact that one of the party's brightest hopes has been crippled by a campaign that should have been an

Radioactive leakage from Moruroa The presence of radioactive cesium-134 has been confirmed by analysis of plankton sampled last year in international waters close to France's nuclear test site at Moruroa in the South Pacific, according to a report

By Andrew Kopkind Capitalism, we are told daily by the commercial media, is triumphant. But is it really? In this article from the US Nation, ANDREW KOPKIND argues that there is still a future for socialism. The great debate about the nature of

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