By Brian Costner A leak of radioactive water from an aged nuclear weapons plant has delayed the reactor's restart and piqued local concerns about the plant's safety. The leak was discovered on December 24, 11 days after the Department of
Infant mortality in Latin America (per 1000 live births) Cuba 10.7 Costa Rica 18 Chile 20 Venezuela 35 Colombia 39 Mexico 41 El Salvador 61 Brazil 61 Peru 84 Haiti 94 Bolivia 105
Cops stole cars By Bill Mason BRISBANE — A storm has erupted here over revelations that police assisted in stealing cars, disposed of them and then even bought some of them for their own use at auction, during the controversial undercover
See Abdul Tee-Jay free Green Left Weekly has 10 double passes to Abdul Tee-Jay's Thursday, February 20, concert at the Paddington RSL to give away. The first 10 people to call between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 19, who can tell us
By Peter Boyle If leaks about the coming federal mini-budget are correct, it seems the ALP left and union and welfare lobbies have got a lot of what they wanted in the form of a $3 billion spending package, largely on railways and other
The Hoechst dispute as a paradigm shift in occupational health & safety By Yossi Berger Australian Workers' Union, Victoria Branch, 1991 $15 institutions, $10 individual, $2 AWU & MEWU members Reviewed by Dennis McIntyre The Hoechst Altona
By Phil Shannon The world's richest woman is about to disgrace our shores again. Royalty worshippers are ecstatic. Australian republicans and socialists, on the other hand, hold no brief for these "people of the past" (as Trotsky called them).
By Steve Painter As the green movement grapples with problems of economics and sustainable development, it is becoming fashionable in the big business media to dismiss greens as "witch-doctors" and their proposals as economic sorcery. Given the
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse Written and directed by Fax Bahr and George Hickenlooper Documentary footage directed by Eleanor Coppola Winner of the Best Documentary 1991 at the Sydney and Tokyo Film Festivals Showing at
Tune into Radio Free Bougainville Help break the blockade of the Bougainville. Radio Free Bougainville, the voice the interim government of Bougainville, broadcasts daily between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. on shortwave radio frequency 3.880 megahertz.