||Issue No. 170||14 March 2003|
Coke or Pepsi?
Poetry: If I Were a Rich Man
Interview: League of Nations
Industrial: 20/20 Hindsight
Organising: On The Buses
Unions: National Focus
History: The Banner Room
International: The Slaughter Continues
Legal: A Legal Case For War?
Culture: Singing For The People
Review: The Hours
Poetry: I Wanna Bomb Saddam
Satire: Diuretic Makes Warne's Excuses Look Thin
The Locker Room
A Plea for Legal Action
Johnny's Green Card
Veto The War
Law and Order
Viva La Republic
On the 1st April, the ARM is holding their major fundraiser at Pavilion on the Park in the Domain from 6-9pm. We have a host of great prizes, Ignatius Jones crooning a few tunes and special guest actor Geoff Morrell aka Mayor Col Dunkley from the ABC TV series Grass Roots. (See Monday's The Guide in The Sydney Morning Herald)
Help us raise funds and get things done! We want an Australian as our Head of State!
Come along to the ARM Function see Mayor Dunkely (aka Geoff Morrell) and make this the biggest shindig ever seen this side of Arcadia Waters Shires.
No Development application is required, simply visit our web site at http://www.republic.org.au/ARM-2001/news&events/events.htm for further details.
Concert for HOPE
in support of The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation and Union Aid Abroad - APHEDA (supporting Palestinian refugee children in Lebanon)
Featuring the Foveaux String Quartet, Imvano Trio, Robin Wilson and Maria Stojakovich performing
Brahms, Saint Saens, Puccini, Verdi, Beethoven and Mozart
7.30pm (Bar opens at 7.00pm)
Friday March 28
The Studio Theatre
Corner of Whitehorse and Newman Streets, (near Newtown Station) Newtown
The Chifley Research Centre and The Evatt Foundation
invite you to attend a joint public lecture:
Public Participation in the Political Process
COMBATING APATHY - LESSONS FROM THE UK
Matthew Taylor is Director of the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR),
Britain's leading centre left think tank.
Until December 1998 he was Assistant General Secretary of the UK Labour Party. During the 1997 General Election he
was Labour's Director of Policy and a member of the Party's central election strategy team. Matthew has been a county
councillor, a parliamentary candidate, a university research fellow and the director of a unit monitoring policy in the
health service. He is a regular broadcaster and contributor to newspapers and journals, and has written pamphlets and
book chapters on the record of New Labour; state funding of political parties and wider issues of party reform;
democratic renewal; multiculturalism and community cohesion; modernisation of Government; the role of local
councillors; and family friendly working.
6.00 -7.30pm •Thursday 27 March 2003
JUBILEE ROOM •NSW PARLIAMENT HOUSE,SYDNEY
Admission $10;Concession $5 (no bookings required,payment taken at the door)
For more information contact The Chifley Research Centre at [email protected]
or The Evatt Foundation on 02 9385 2966
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