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Political prisoners magazine By Mike Heaney MELBOURNE — A new magazine, Voices of Political Prisoners, was launched here last month at a benefit dinner for the International Coalition for the Defence of Political Prisoners. Activists from
By Judy Addison and Jeannie Rae Indonesian workers have taken advantage of increased political instability, as jockeying for power increases in the government and military, to form a new, independent, trade union. The organisers are also keen to
Management, aggression and gender Kerry Parnell Women's increased participation in the workforce and in management is not reflected in management styles. Women are forced to conform to a male management tradition in spite of the fact that it is
By Greg Lehman "But while actual warfare and convicts' brutality were the direct means toward the extermination of the Aborigines, there were other equally powerful forces at work in wiping them off the face of the earth." — H. Ling Roth, 1899
SYDNEY — Community Aid Abroad's Walk Against Want promises to be bigger than ever this year. Set for April 14, this year's event will feature the Solidarity Choir and African band Doudoumba (pictured above). Star attraction will be the Zimbabwean
The March 5 issue of Green Left carried a review of Dances With Wolves which called it "a refreshing alternative to the usual Hollywood stereotyping of indigenous Americans". In the United States — where the film has now collected a bagful of
By Tom Jordan Two United States sailors who served on the carrier Ranger during the Gulf War are facing court martial and the possibility of 10 years' imprisonment. The two are being held at Subic Bay in the Philippines. According to Citizen
By Jon Singer PERTH - The state Trades and Labour Council, the WA Conservation Council and local residents are opposing the state Labor government's plan for a major heavy industrial park on the coast north of Perth. The new site would pose a
By Patricia Corcoran MELBOURNE - The Environmental Youth Alliance has targeted the federal government's resource security legislation as the main focus of future activities, culminating in marches and rallies on World Environment Day (June 2).
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

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