If the Answer is Nuclear ….
At least George Dubya still has some influence. Not in his own country, certainly not in Europe, not even in the former dominions of Latin America.
Interview: Out of the Bedroom
Reverend Jim Wallis is leading a crusade to take the moral debate into the public arena.
Industrial: Cloak and Dagger
The Howard Government has begun a series of workshops to sell its WorkChoice vsision. Sean Ambrose sneaked through the doors for Workers Online.
Jim Comerford’s eyewitness account of the 15-month Lockout of 10,000 New South Wales miners in1929-1930 records the inside story of Australia’s most bloody and bitter industrial conflict
Legal: The Fantasy of Choice
Professor Ron McCallum argues the WorkChoices laws are built on a fundamental fiction.
Politics: Labor Pains
Labor has dealt itself out of the crucial workplace relations debate by failing to articulate a credible policy alternative to Howard’s new WorkChoices legislation, argues Mark Heearn and Grant Michelson
Economics: Economics and the Public Purpose
Evan Jones pays tribute to John Kenneth Galbraith, a big man who never stopped arguing that economics should serve the public good, not create public squalor.
Corporate: House of Horrors
Anthony Keenan takes a tour of Sydney’s notorious, Asbestos House, courtesy of Gideon Haig.
History: Clash Of Cultures
Neale Towart with a new take on Mayday through the words of a punk icon
International: Childs Play
An ILO report into Child Labour shows some progress is being made to curb this gobal scurge .
Culture: Folk You Mate!
Phil Doyle dodges Morris Dancers to find signs of Working Life at the National Folk Festival in Canberra over the Easter Weekend.
Review: Last Holeproof Hero
Finally, a superhero who has worked out how to wear his underpants. Nathan Brown ogles V for Vendetta
Death Site Under Wraps
Lets Get Physical, Building Bosses
Retailers Spotlight Wage Cuts
Sparkie Vote Will Go To the Wire
More Front Than Meyer
Nine Vanish in Melbourne Triangle
Black is White, Andrews
Kev Nicks from Kids
Toothless Tiger Squeals
High Standard Bugs Boss
Labor Roots In Graft Allegations
ALP Urged to Front Up
On the Road Again
Activists What's On
Labor's environment spokesman Antony Albanese argues that Chrernobyl is one reason why the ALP should stand firm on nuclear.
The Locker Room
A Sort Of Homecoming
Phil Doyle plays to the whistle.
Spotlight on WorkChoices
The Westie Wing
Our favourite MP, Ian West reports from Macquarie Street on some strange collective acction.
Riders on the Strom
No Gerry Can
Insight Fires Up
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On the Road Again
Unions NSW’s big red Orange Bus takes to the road again this week to spread the word about rights at work.
In the first of five week-long trips, the Jaffa will travel the NSW South Coast focussing on the impact of attacks on annual leave on tourism economies.
Eurobodalla - Moruya - The ABCs of work today
How to stop you and your family getting ripped off
Community Discussion Night
Moruya Bowling Club
Shore Street Moruya Tuesday 30th May 6:30pm
Far South Coast
Information Street Stall
Where: Eden - Eden Post Office
When: 9:30am - 4:40pm
WorkChoices And The future of tourism on the Sapphire Coast
Dinner & Forum
Merimbula RSL 7:00pm
For ticket ($35) information Contact Dianne Lang 6495 9653
Where: Crn Market & Merimbula Drive
Thursday 1st June
Your Rights at Work Public Meeting Main Street in front of PP Board 8:30am
Your Rights at Work Public Meeting Centennial Park 12:30pm
Trivia Night (fundraiser), Thursday 1st June
Where: Queanbeyan Kangaroos Club
Your Rights at Work Public Meeting
Open invitation to working families and the community of Queanbeyan to
Featuring John Robertson, Unions NSW
Queanbeyan Kangaroos Club Main Function Room
Crn Stuart St & Richard Ave
8:00am Friday 2nd June
Friday 2nd June
Your Rights at Work Public Meeting Belmore Park
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