Green Left Weekly 1000 issues

Celebrations held to mark GLW's 1000th issue

About 120 people attended the Green Left Weekly 1000th issue celebration at the Annandale Neighbourhood Centre on March 15.

Greetings to the milestone event were given by NSW Fire Brigade Employees Union vice president Jim Casey, Greens Sydney City councillor Irene Doutney, and Latin American Social Forum member Paula Sanchez.

The speakers congratulated GLW on its achievement of 1000 issues, and noted the paper's special role in providing vital information on union, environmental and international campaigns.

Messages to congratulate Green Left's 1000th issue

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Jock Palfreeman, Justice for Jock
Our relationship started out in 2002 when I was only 15. In Parramatta we met for the first time and I didn’t know what to make of you at first. I was shy but our relationship flourished and you became more than just a newspaper to me. You taught me more than just the weekly news.

Thank you for supporting Green Left Weekly

As the 1000th issue of Green Left Weekly rolled off the printing machines last week, a Green Left TV crew was there to film the historic moment.

GLTV's Jill Hickson, John Reynolds and Paul Benedek filmed the production of the 1000th issue from the planning stage and they incorporated this footage into a new You Tube video just released: Green Left celebrates 1000 issues.

Green Left Weekly 1000 Issues

People-powered media since 1991

On March 12 this year the 1000th issue of Green Left Weekly will be published. We are marking this significant milestone by launching a special fund appeal. The aim is to raise $100,000 in pledges and donations by March 12. These funds will ensure that Green Left Weekly continues as an independent source of news and analysis.

AMAZINGLY our readers and supporters took us over the target three weeks before our 1000th issue!

Socialist media turns out 1000 issues

You can tell how good a newspaper is from the enemies it keeps. The Australian wrote a sneering dismissal of the new Saturday Paper, launched last weekend, and used its ultimate insult by comparing the new paper to Green Left Weekly, calling GLW “ignorant, moralistic and simplistic”.

Wollongong toast to 1000 issues of Green Left Weekly

The 1000th edition of Green Left Weekly will roll off the presses on March 12. That’s a huge milestone for a people-powered newspaper.

Join us for a toast at the Other Words Activist Centre at 6.30pm. [Shop 17, 157 Crown St. Upstairs from the Hideaway cafe.]

Then at at 7pm we'll head across the mall to Pot of Gold Mexican restaurant for a meal.

Bookings essential. Any questions? Contact John on 0405 335 926.

Come along and help keep the most widely read, radical weekly newspaper in Australia powering along.

Event date: 
Wed, 12/03/2014 - 6:30pm

How Green Left backs women’s rights

As approaches its 1000th issue, more than 20 years after it first hit the streets, we will be looking back at some of the campaigns it has covered and its role as an alternative source of news. This week we look at women's liberation.


Celebrating the 1000th issue of Green Left Weekly

Drinks, toasts and dancing 'til late the Armidale Club, 91 Beardy Street, with Susan Prize, National Co-convener of the Socialist Alliance, The Organismics and Alpine Love Tiger.

Event date: 
Sat, 15/03/2014 - 8:00pm
Event time: 
Sat, 15/03/2014 - 8:00pm
0458 752 680

May Day Cabaret

May Day Cabaret. Guest speaker is Sam Wainwright, socialist Fremantle councillor, plus locals Terry O'Shane, Heath Mitchell and Anna Da Silva Santos. Band: Hot and Wet Swing Set. Drinks and food (dips, savoury platters and sweets) available. Sat Apr 26, 7pm, Machans Beach Community Hall, Tucker St. Fundraiser for Green Left Weekly. Door $10/$7 conc. Ph Jonathan 0437 790 306.

Event date: 
Sat, 26/04/2014 - 7:00pm

Twenty-three years of rainbow reporting

From its inception, Green Left Weekly has reported on the fight against discrimination suffered by the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community.

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