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Abortion I write in response to Paula Gilet who expressed her "despondency" at GLW and Tracy Sorensen's "anti-family, anti-Catholic pro-abortion stance" (GLW Oct 30 1991). Paula also claims a belief in socialism. I write to support Tracy
When will they get it? On the doorstep of a Parramatta Road junk shop there stood, until recently, a life-size plaster black man holding a tray, his expression reminiscent of the disposition of the slaves in Gone with the Wind. Glimpsed from the
By Bernie Brian WOLLONGONG — In a major victory for South Coast unionists, BHP has backed down on its plans to sack 1100 striking steelworkers and agreed to resume negotiations regarding use of contractors at its Port Kembla sheet and coil
By Steve Painter While nuclear energy accounts for an increasing amount of power generation in Europe — up from 2% to 35% in the past 20 years just in the European Community — the industry continues to be plagued by serious problems. Bulgaria
By Sally Low PRAGUE — Energy will always be expensive in Czechoslovakia. Apart from brown coal of such poor quality that it should never be used, and some uranium, there are few natural sources. Lack of seaports makes fossil fuel imports very
Horror! "An Australian National Audit Office study of the administration of the work test for unemployment benefit between 1989 and 1990 has found Commonwealth Employment Service officers believed finding unemployed people a job was their main task,
La Stazione Directed by Sergio Rubini With Sergio Rubini, Ennio Fantastichini and Margherita Buy Reviewed by Kim Spurway This is yet another tale of the princess and the pauper, and of two men fighting for one woman Domenico (Sergio Rubini) is
By Irina Glushchenko MOSCOW — A significant breach has been opened in the liberal-bureaucratic monopoly of the Russian press. While the main daily newspapers still trumpet the virtues of the "free market" with a brazenness that would make Rupert

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