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BY PIP HINMAN
SYDNEY — "The Murdoch-owned Sunday Telegraph's attack on the NSW Greens on March 2 reveals how nervous some are about the Greens likely successes in the NSW elections", said Sam Wainwright, Socialist Alliance candidate for

Anti-war protest in Taree
Two-hundred-and-fifty protesters marched from Johnny Martin Oval to the Queen Elizabeth Park in Taree on Saturday February 14, where they listened to speakers from across the board. All spoke against the war in Iraq. As

High and Mighty: SUVs — the World's Most Dangerous Vehicles and How They Got That WayBy Keith BradsherPublic Affairs Press, 2002468 pages, $62 hb
BY PHIL SHANNON
Explorer, Patrol, Land Cruiser, Discovery, Range Rover, Jackaroo — the names say

BY ALEX BAINBRIDGE
HOBART — Factional opposition to outspoken anti-war parliamentarian Harry Quick was publicly revealed on March 1. The Saturday Mercury reported that the ALP "Left" faction was trying to replace Quick — who is not aligned with

Student strike sets example to unions

In a magnificent display of conscience, irreverence and determination,
more than 30,000 students — largely from state and private high schools
— took to the streets around the country on March 5

BY DOUG LORIMER
Washington has turned the diplomatic battle over the passage of a UN Security Council resolution that it can claim gives it a mandate to invade Iraq into a charade.
The resolution itself is a cynical ploy. It does not provide any

Bankstown against the war
BY ANDY GIANNIOTIS
SYDNEY — On March 2, 70 people gathered in the Bankstown City Gardens for a "Peace Picnic". Local anti-war activists used the get-together to form the Canterbury-Bankstown Peace Group.
Following a

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

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