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Pakistan socialists condemn 'atomic fanaticism' [The following statement was issued at a media conference on June 5 in Lahore by the leaders of the Left Alliance of Pakistan, which includes the Labour Party of Pakistan, the Pakistan Socialist
By Wendy Robertson SYDNEY — An emergency rally here on World Environment Day, June 5, to oppose uranium mining at Jabiluka was attended by around 400 people. A similar size rally was held a week before. Opposition to the Jabiluka mine has been
By Arun Pradhan On May 31, 60 people wearing rainbow sashes attended mass in St Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne. A letter to the church explained that the participants identified as gays and lesbians and called on the church to enter into dialogue
All their own work "One Nation is a creation of the Liberal government." — Former Liberal leader John Hewson. Negative signals "... many of the family and crony businesses have links with large foreign companies. The seizure of assets might
By Oge Skovrind COPENHAGEN — The Danish population remains divided on European Union (EU), as it has been in all five referendums held on the question since Denmark joined the European Community in 1972. On May 28, 45% of voters ignored the
The following is abridged from a speech about the Northern Ireland Good Friday agreement by Bernadette Devlin McAliskey to a public meeting in San Francisco on April 25. We are being pushed into retreat. This is not an accord of equals, not an
One-track minds It appears the minister for communications, Senator Richard Alston, is hell-bent on proving that the ABC has a bias against the Coalition government. In his latest tirade against the ABC, Alston claimed that the broadcaster had
Jabiluka: time to act By Sarah Peart On June 12, the Northern Territory Supreme Court refused to grant an injunction against the NT government's authorisation of the construction of the Jabiluka uranium mine. Yvonne Margarula, the senior Mirrar
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. Ph 9565 5522. Access News —
One Nation shocks major parties By Bill Mason BRISBANE — The result of the Queensland election hangs in the balance as Green Left Weekly goes to press, with a victory for the ALP dependent on preferences in a small number of tightly contested
The Sum of UsWritten by David StevensDirected by Colin NorrisNew Farm Nash Theatre Inc.Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm until June 27 Review by Lynda Hansen The Sum of Us is being performed in conjunction with the ninth Lesbian and Gay
Editorial: Hands off Kosovo! Hands off Kosovo! The events in Kosovo are a reminder that the carnage created by capitalist restoration in Yugoslavia is still far from over. Indeed, it was recent plans drawn up by the Serbian occupation regime of