|Issue No 63
|21 July 2000
Letters to the Editor
The Ideological Sound
Just a quick note regarding an article about musicians for the union band , I just want to say a heartfelt thank you for your article and the time you took to run it.
I have had a great response and hope to increase the interest.
The first performance of this union oritentated band was at the CFMEU rally regarding workcover on the 05/07/00. At that performance there was just the two of us!! but it went really well.. 4000 CFMEU members is a good way to get the idea noticed!!
I have expanded the group to a four piece and am still looking for union members to continue the fight!! and to play for the cause..
Am also looking for a name!! any suggestions truely apprecentive.
Solidarity and peace,
Got a name for a left-leaning outfit? Email them to James on mailto:[email protected] - he'll give you a copy of the unnamed group's first hit CD!
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The former Prime Minister is still painting on a broad canvass. He talks to Workers Online about the new economy, fair trade and political chi.
Unions: War in the West
Only six months after signing individual staff contracts, the gloss has worn off for some of BHP's Pilbara iron ore workers.
Environment: Farmers Fudge DNA Dangers
Farmers have missed the chance to have a meaningful debate into the use of genetically modified crops.
International: 'Dot Union' Proposal on the Table
ICANN, the global governing body of Internet domains, has released the following expression of interest in proposing a top-level domain for trade unions
Economics: Edge of the Abyss
Political economist Frank Stilwell argues that a constellation of events gives good reason to be worried about the Australian economy.
History: Taming the Tigers
Prominent labour historian, Dr Ming Chan, is visiting Australia to report on how workers are faring in the new Hong Kong.
Review: Music is Crap
It's already the second half of the first year in the new millenium. Who would have ever predicted a crisis in the popular music industry when we are at such an advanced stage ?
Satire: Last Kosovars Found Behind Couch
State Emergency Services personnel were called to a house in Brighton this morning, where the last five remaining Kosovar refugees have been found wedged behind a couch.
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