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Sorry ... Apologies to everyone whose articles for this issue were cut savagely — or didn't appear at all. The large amount of copy received after our Easter break simply overflowed the available space. We hope to include those omitted articles

By Ian Powell WELLINGTON - New Zealand's largest protest for a decade stunned the National Party government on April 4. Around 100,000 people participated in nationwide demonstrations which were part of the Council of Trade Unions' April 3-9 week

Flirting Written and directed by John Duigan Starring Noah Taylor, Thandie Newton and Nicole Kidman Reviewed by Tracy Sorensen If you're the school dag, there are various alternatives: brazen it out; let everyone get on top of you; or go off

By Renfrey Clarke MOSCOW — It was one of the tensest days Muscovites had experienced in some time. The immediate cause of the strained atmosphere was a decision by the liberal majority in the Moscow City Soviet to call a mass demonstration to

By Joan Coxsedge On March 6, I announced I would not be recontesting my seat of Melbourne West, which I have held for almost 12 years. While being in parliament gave me resources and some political clout, the institution is pompous and patriarchal

By Adriaan Anarco-Troika DARWIN - The World Heritage listing of Kakadu National Park could be under threat, the national Resource Assessment Commission was told last week. During a two-day hearing in Darwin, Australian Conservation Foundation

Technology for outback By Angela Matheson The Remote Area Developments Group, from Murdoch University's Institute for Environmental Science, is installing technologically innovative laundry, toilet and hot water facilities in Aboriginal camps in

One black brother dead down in Roebourne jail One black martyr crucified and the cops drove in the nails 200 years of custody we're not allowed no bail How do you face the morning when this injustice still prevails Show me the justice to be

By James Basle The effects of years of education cutbacks are now being felt across Australia. Problems include overcrowded classes, inadequate facilities from cafeterias to libraries, transport systems unable to cope and up-front fees for

Man Without Pigs A film by Chris Owen AFI Cinema, Paddington (Sydney) Reviewed by David Brazil After 12 years away university, John Waiko, a member of the Binandere clan, returns to Tabara, a tiny village in the dense tropical rainforest on the

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