GLW is taking a break Green Left Weekly is taking a one-week break so that the paper's contributors and distributors can attend the Resistance National Conference in Melbourne on July 11-13. The next issue will be dated July 22.
Socialists launch new e-mail bulletin By Al McCall As an adjunct to its political campaigns, the Democratic Socialists have launched an e-mail based information service. Called DS_NET, it is geared toward generating information about the work the
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Write on: letters to the editor Unions and the ALP Referring to the recent Queensland elections and One Nation, Martin Thomas (GLW #321) says, "We have to turn around the trade unions to tackling the unemployment, poverty, and insecurity on which
By Sarah Cunningham and Tim E. Stewart BRISBANE â Around 600 people rallied against One Nation in King George Square on July 4. The rally heard speakers from Aboriginal organisations, trade unions, migrant groups and socialist parties.
Pressure builds on Centrelink By Bill Mason Computer problems with the Newstart Common Platform dealing with processing unemployment and related benefits, and the introduction of the federal government's disastrous new Youth Allowance, have
By Keara Courtney and Becky Fairall Lee SYDNEY — High school students here walked out of school on July 2 to attend a rally in opposition to the rise of Pauline Hanson and racism. The socialist youth organisation Resistance, which organised the
By Barry Sheppard In a letter to managers, top General Motors executives have ordered all operations except those related to the company's new full-size pick-up truck halted, and all "non-essential" workers laid off, reports the Wall Street
By Paul Oboohov CANBERRA — Following the dismantling of the CES, the staff remaining in the Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs voted 87.75% in favour of accepting some loss of conditions in a postal vote concluding on