International day demands end to Third World debt By Paul Oboohov CANBERRA — A spirited and noisy group of 100 people braved a cold early morning outside the Treasury building on June 18 to tell the government to drop Third World debt. The
Jabiluka World Heritage decision soon By Jim Green On July 12, the World Heritage Committee will decide whether the Kakadu National Park, which surrounds the Jabiluka uranium mine in the Northern Territory, will be listed as “World
By Jenny Long SYDNEY — Even before the newly re-elected Labor Party's NSW budget was released, rumours of savage cuts to the state public service were confirmed. Cuts, which will effect every department, have been announced in several
By Dick Nichols Incomplete counting in the Maritime Union of Australia elections indicates incumbent officials will be returned in a majority of contested positions, both at the national and branch level. However, opposition forces tickets have
Sacked workers reinstated after protest By Tom Flanagan SYDNEY — After lively protest actions at Woolworth stores, involving building workers and other unionists, students, activists and parliamentarians, around 30 workers sacked by
International condemnation greets 'green' GST By Jim Green Diesel rebates — a fuel subsidy — in the revised GST deal negotiated between the government and the Democrats have been criticised by international climate change and environmental
By Ralph Schoenman As the blood flows across Serbia and Kosova, the imperial sharks seek to crowd each other out as they circle in a scarcely concealed feeding frenzy to devour the cadaver of a destroyed Kosova. "Rivals Compete to Administer a


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