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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

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

By Laszlo Andor and Peter Annear BUDAPEST — Hungarians' originally high expectations about the transition to a Western-style market economy have, in the last few months, started to recede. While the old regime and its political elite have gone,

By Tracy Sorensen Die Grünen, West Germany's green party (and now the name of the united east-west party), has been written off as a political force many times. Yet despite being riven by factional disputes and rising and falling electoral

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

Older women We like the paper and were pleased to read in Issue no. 5 Sally Low's glowing report of the Older Women's Network Theatre Group in Sydney on I.W.D. But why, oh why were older women performers left until last when "so few people

Rally supports Palestinian rights By Jim McIlroy BRISBANE — The hypocrisy of Western governments regarding the Middle East was highlighted at a rally in King George Square on April 5, focussing on the rights of the Palestinian people to their own

Berkeley in the Sixties Directed and produced by Mark Kitchell Kitchell Films in association with POV Theatrical Films. Colour and black and white, 16mm, 117 minutes. Rating PG. State Film Theatre, East Melbourne. Valhalla, Sydney. Reviewed by

Unemployed plan protests By Andrew Bath MELBOURNE — Unemployment and welfare groups here are preparing a campaign to highlight Labor government attacks on the unemployed and to promote a genuine program of job creation. The groups are

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