When We Were KingsDirected by Leon GastWith Muhammad Ali, George Foreman, Don King, Mobutu Sese Seko, James Brown, Miriam Makeba, Norman Mailer, George Plimpton, Spike Lee and B.B. KingOpens in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth on April 10,
By Reihana Mohideen National Challenge, the militant rank-and-file group in the Community and Public Sector Union, is running a national ticket against the incumbent ALP-dominated leadership team in the upcoming union elections. The ticket
By Justin Randell PERTH — University of Western Australia students will vote in a referendum on April 14-16 to decide whether the Student Guild will stay affiliated to the National Union of Students. The Liberals have inundated the campus with
Feminism, sex and censorshipFeminism, sex and censorship The self-appointed guardians of the nation's morals are on the march again, this time under the leadership of Senator Richard Alston, National Party leader Tim Fischer and treasurer
By Gay Walsh The women's movement must embrace women from all social classes, races, origins. Yet it will survive only if its class analysis does not sit prettily with an accommodation of the bourgeoisie. It will mean nothing if it does not
By Paris Jo Pompor In comparison with many other countries Australia may appear to be relatively free of human rights abuses, but an Amnesty International report released earlier this year shows that our historical as well as current records are
Love from a male perspective MenlovePerformed by the Didi Koi Dance CompanyTheatreworks, St Kilda, MelbourneUntil April 20$20/$14Bookings 9534 3388 Review by Bronwen Beechey Menlove is about love and relationships from a male viewpoint. Tim
Scandal widens over Gulf War illnesses By Barry Sheppard In late 1991, the year of the Gulf slaughter, returning US soldiers began to complain of symptoms like chronic fatigue, pains in the joints, digestive problems and headaches.
By Miguel Heatwole SYDNEY — The Solidarity Choir will be celebrating its 10th anniversary and launching a new CD on Sunday, April 13, with a benefit concert for Tranby Aboriginal Training College. The event, at Redfern Town Hall from 2pm to
Gay and Lesbian Pride march HOBART — A small but lively group attended the annual Gay and Lesbian Pride march to Parliament House Lawns on March 21. Speakers addressed the issues of visibility and of being out and proud in Tasmanian. The
By Susan Lazlo Adrienne Hamill's piece "Is child-care the answer?" in the previous issue of GLW raises some important issues regarding the federal government's moves to limit affordable, quality child-care. Unfortunately, however, in so doing
Comment by Sean Healy The March 26 national day of action and three-day occupation in Sydney of the University of Technology administration clearly demonstrates that students are ready and willing to fight the government's education cuts. What