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By Peter Annear PRAGUE — As the pattern of the Serbian-federal army assault on Croatia starts to jell, and the contested regions are more clearly identified, it is evident that economic designs and not national antipathies are the prime source
By Sally Low PRAGUE — The Czechoslovak parliament on October 4 passed the harshest political screening law so far enacted in any east European country since 1989. All people who, at any time between February 1948 and November 1989, held
By Peter Annear PRAGUE — When 400 peace campaigners set out at the end of September in buses on the road from Trieste through Croatia, Vojvodina, Serbia and Bosnia-Hercegovina to Sarajevo, they made a small breach in the war mentality that has
Approximately 6000 big companies are included in Czechoslovakia's so-called large privatisation program, two-thirds of them in a "first wave" and the remainder in a "second wave", with others at least temporarily held aside. Company managers had
For several years now, Moscow's famed Pushkin Square has been the site of one of the world's largest and busiest McDonald's Restaurants. On October 16, critics of McDonald's gathered on the pavement outside the restaurant in a small but loud
The M and P Show Who will own what if Packer's bid for Fairfax is successful: Publication Owner/controller* Australian Murdoch Financial Review Packer Packer Sydney Morning Herald Packer Telegraph-Mirror Murdoch Herald-Sun Murdoch Age
You can have it both ways. Get into the festive season and refuse to give joy to the multi-million dollar commercial Christmas card industry. You've seen and enjoyed Judy Horacek and Rona Chadwick's work here in the pages of Green Left. Now you
By Peter Boyle Mounted police charged meatworkers picketing an abattoir in Camperdown, in western Victoria, on October 26. Two women workers were trampled by the horses, and one picket was arrested for "hindering police". The attack allowed
By Steve Painter SYDNEY — Up to a million workers answered the call for a 24-hour statewide general strike on October 24 against the Greiner government's anti-union Industrial Relations Bill. While official estimates put the number at about half
Coroner's report on black death attacked By Leon Harrison PERTH — The West Australian Aboriginal Medical Service says it will fight the findings of coroner David McCann over the death of 35-year-old Aboriginal prisoner Edward Isaacs.
By Mandi Curties and Corina MacKay Why is it that you can be a successful business woman, wife, mother, intelligent, creative and caring yet still feel bad about yourself for not being beautiful? It is the "beauty myth", the belief that to be a
honeycomb dawns em = By Phil McManus below the eastern horizon, beyond the darkest hour that seems to last forever, the dawn of the glorious revolution is a yellow balloon chained by yesterday's ideas. there are many dawns like honeycomb,