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A Bit of a Post Script Written and performed by Sue-Anne Post Directed by Sue Ingleton Universal Theatre, Fitzroy, till September 27 Reviewed by Bronwen Beechey The great US writer James Baldwin was fond of joking that, as a black homosexual,
By Nigel D'Souza The recent storm in a teacup caused by the remarks of minister for the environment Ros Kelly were the first publicly fired shots in the internal debate within the parliamentary ALP about "new federalism". Although this process,
Bicycles, Brunch and BHP By Tim E. Stewart NEWCASTLE — University of Newcastle students and interested public donned gas masks and took to their bicycles for a ride and rally on Sunday September 15. Members of the Hunter Valley Rainforest
By Norm Dixon The United Nations General Assembly, which convened on September 17, has been asked to put on its agenda the US government's end crippling 30-year economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba. The agenda will be
Free speech theme on 2SER SYDNEY — Freedom of speech and expression will be the theme of public radio 2SER FM's week-long membership drive and radiothon October 1-7. The radiothon, an annual event celebrating the birthday of the station, will
Jobs and Justice rally By Jon Lamb PERTH — High unemployment and the intimidation of unemployed people through the federal government's Newstart program were the target of a "Jobs and Justice" rally held here on September 17. The rally,
Free-standing clinics By Tracy Sorensen In her contribution to the forum on abortion held in Sydney's Harold Park Hotel on September 18, researcher Lyndall Ryan commented that the 1969 South Australian legislation which made abortion legal
Abortion debated in Hobart HOBART — The abortion issue in Tasmania flared up again two weeks ago when a Right to Life organisation organised a talk and video on Tasmania University campus. The video was interrupted by protesters who unfurled
By Peter Boyle The Hawke Labor government's budget last month contained new rules for federal subsidies for child-care which will deny the children of people without jobs equal opportunity to child-care, according to Cheryl Cameron of the
Aborigines oppose Yakabindie nickel mine By Leon Harrison PERTH — The WA Labor government has declared its intention to allow the development of the Yakabindie nickel mining project at Wiluna, despite opposition from the traditional

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