BY SUE BOLTON Over the weekend of February 14-16, millions of people protested against Washington's impending war on Iraq. The huge size of the anti-war protests, and the fact that the big majority of people around the world are opposed to
BY NICK SOUDAKOFF The Philippines government has blamed the Moro Islamic Liberation Front for a March 4 bomb blast that ripped through a crowded bus shelter outside Davao City airport in Mindanao. The MILF has been blamed even though the Abu Sayyaf
HOBART — On February 12, forest activists showed what they think of Premier Jim Bacon allowing Forestry Tasmania to use carrots laced with 1080 poison as bait to kill native animals. The poison causes a painful death, and is not monitored
BY EMMA CLANCY The March 5 student strike against war was a huge success, mobilising around 30,000 students and young people across Australia as part of an international day of student action to stop the impending war on Iraq. Some elements
Around the globe, tens of thousands of women, men and children marched on International Women's Day, March 8, to protest against US President George Bush's proposed war on Iraq. Women will be the hardest hit by war in a country that is already
Doing the job for Wall Street "The United States' record is not one of imperialism. It is one of doing the job, bringing peace, restoring order and getting a responsible government in place." — US Secretary of State and UN slide shows Colin
In the article "An anti-war activist stands for parliament" in last week's Green Left Weekly, Margaret Perrott was mistakenly as the Socialist Alliance candidate for the Wollongong seat of Throsby in the March 22 NSW election. She is actually a
BY MICHAEL KARADJIS HANOI — "Several times, a large area was coated white. After a couple of days the leaves in the forest and the gardens turned yellow and fell off." This is how 50-year-old Nguyen Van Loc describes his first vision of a US
BY ALISON DELLIT Across Australia on March 8, women, men and children took to the streets, using annual International Women’s Day marches as an opportunity to say “no” to US President George Bush and Prime Minister John Howard’s war on
BY EMMA CLANCY The Books Not Bombs Coalition was launched around the country on March 5, with thousands of its newsletters being distributed and meetings being held afterwards in some cities. Many high school activists and groups came into contact


Subscribe to 529