Water reform package "empty" By Chris Spindler SYDNEY — The Carr state Labor government's long-awaited water reform package has changed little. The plan sets targets for increasing water flows in rivers and reducing irrigation allocation,
Cowrie continues her journey The Journey HomeBy Cathie Dunsford — Spinifex Press, 1997. 301 pp., $16.95 (pb) Review by Carla Gorton Cathie Dunsford's second novel, The Journey Home, takes her central character, Cowrie, on a journey which
At 5:38am on October 6, a spacecraft called Cassini is scheduled to lift off from Cape Canaveral in the United States. On board will be 72.3 pounds (32.8 kg) of the deadliest substance known, plutonium. This is by far the most plutonium ever
Comment by Sean Healy There has been considerable debate about how best to combat the ideas of One Nation on campuses. Some have argued that student organisations should declare campuses "Hanson free" and "ban" One Nation from meeting. Others
Actively Radical TV — Sydney community television's progressive current affairs producers tackle the hard issues from the activist's point of view. CTS Sydney (UHF 31), every Thursday, 10pm and Saturday, 7pm. Access News — Melbourne
By Alison Dellit and Marcel Cameron MELBOURNE — As Green Left Weekly went to press, 100 students were still occupying the main finance department of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in an attempt to force the administration to
Motion — compulsory retrenchments in Tax This meeting of CPSU members in [insert department name] condemns the moves by ATO management to resort to compulsory retrenchments in the INB Business Line in Sydney and Melbourne Tax Offices when
Bathurst snubs Hanson By Emma Nicholson BATHURST — A tour by Pauline Hanson of NSW's central western region has been met by anti-racist demonstrations. The largest of these was here on August 19, when some 1000 Charles Sturt University
By Peter Montague Toxic Deception, the new must-read book by investigative reporters Dan Fagin and Marianne Lavelle, is subtitled, "How the chemical industry manipulates science, bends the law, and endangers your health." The book documents a
Campaign Against Racism launched By Angela Walker ADELAIDE — Anti-racist activists here launched a new committee on August 13 to fight racism and challenge One Nation's and the Liberal government's racist policies. Campaign Against Racism
Left On-line Webgrrls — Webgrrls is a real-world, face-to-face networking group for women in and interested in new media. Chapters are forming around the world to provide a forum for women to exchange information, give leads, learn about new
Get to places we can't Ever thought that you would like to support GLW more than just by reading the paper regularly? You are probably already committed to the idea that the world needs changing, and realise that a key part of change is