By James Vassilopoulos CANBERRA — Supporters of workers' rights discussed the implications of BHP's attempt to force their Pilbara work force into individual contracts at a Green Left Weekly forum here on February 16. Trevor Zeltner, the
Socialist Party of Timor holds first congress By Jon Land DILI — The Socialist Party of Timor (PST) held its first national congress here on February 10-11. The event marked an important stage in the development of the PST and the socialist
Tube workers to contest London elections Tube workers to contest London election By Iggy Kim LONDON — On February 10, the Campaign Against Tube Privatisation (CATP) officially launched its slate of 11 candidates for the Greater London
Resistance magazine is calling on all readers to participate in the International Women's Day marches and rallies around the country. We can provide you with posters and leaflets to help publicise the day. We organise pre-rally breakfasts in most
Students join Resistance Resistance held stalls at numerous university Orientation Weeks between February 14 and 18. Twenty people joined Resistance at the University of Newcastle. Western Sydney Resistance joined 10 people at the University of
By Jon Land DILI — East Timorese workers at the floating Hotel Olympia and Amos W. complex have won better wages and conditions following a 24-hour sit-in strike. The action, which began on February 10, involved 40 hospitality and housekeeping
Win with Winston I would like to thank everyone who sent get well greetings to Winston — the vent figure who will one day be our own DIY prime minister. It has been an immense comfort to Winston and myself to know that so many of you have
The federal minister for immigration, Philip Ruddock, is attending a series of "consultative" public meetings on the government's migration and "humanitarian" programs. Resistance organised a protest action outside the public meeting in Perth on
Not your average ex-MP A Life on the Left: A Biography of Clyde CameronBy Bill GuyWakefield Press, 1999. 405pp. Review by Anthony Benbow Sickened by stories about former Labor PM Paul Keating's business empire, or by listening to federal Labor's
SA education workers demand better pay and conditions By Bronwen Beechey ADELAIDE — The Australian Education Union (AEU) and the South Australian Liberal government returned to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission (AIRC) on February


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