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Kosova: what remains after 'victory'? By Michael Karadjis Who won the Kosova war? According to Western leaders, NATO did, and Slobodan Milosevic "totally capitulated". According to Milosevic, the war ended with a "victory for Serbia's peace
University of Melbourne manoeuvres on wages MELBOURNE — University of Melbourne management announced on June 9 that it would unilaterally grant a 2% pay increase to all staff as a "reward" for meeting previous revenue targets. The National
Serbia under Milosevic: politics in the 1990sBy Robert ThomasHurst & Company, London, 1999 Review by Chris Slee Slobodan Milosevic has been in control of Serbia since 1987. This book deals with his rise to power and the political struggles that
Tough deal for sex workers By Alison Dellit On June 20, the Queensland Labor government introduced what Premier Peter Beattie called "a tough package of prostitution law reform". The "reforms" will legalise and regulate brothels, while increasing
By Robert Milne DARWIN — On May 12, an unemployed homeless man was sentenced to 12 months' jail for the theft of a baby towel valued at $15. Kevin Anthony Cook took the towel from the backyard of a house on April 15 to use for a blanket because
By Chris Spindler More than 200 members of the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union at Dorf Industries are on strike and staffing a 24-hour picket line. They are opposing the company's attempt to relocate to Sydney and their treatment. The
Toot this and toot that I think it goes like this: everything passes, everything changes, everything dies. Except in the original French, it had a line of toutes in it — being, as it were, a French thing to say. But my linguistic skills are
By Sean Healy Actions all around the world are planned in solidarity with the Burmese freedom struggle on September 9 this year (9-9-99). The global day of action will include protests and activities in at least 14 countries, including Britain,
Fight to save Sydney bushland By Lachlan Malloch SYDNEY — Residents and concerned environmentalists are vigorously protesting against the destruction of a large section of beautiful bushland in the Manly Dam catchment area in Sydney's northern
'Brucegate' scandal spurs demand for Carnell to go By James Vassilopoulos CANBERRA — ACT Chief Minister Kate Carnell is embroiled in a major crisis which could result in her being sacked or her minority Liberal government being thrown out.

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