|Issue No 64||28 July 2000|
Deadline to Vote in ARM Poll Approaches
Republicans wanting to vote in the upcoming ARM elections have until 5pm August 8 to join the organization.
Financial ARM members may:
* Vote for their national and state or territory representatives
* Nominate other ARM members for the above positions
* Stand as a candidate for the above positions
The ARM election timetable is as follows:
8 Aug - rolls close
11 Aug - nominations close
28 Aug - 1 Sep - conduct ballot
4 Sep - results declared
You may join or renew your ARM membership at http://www.republic.org.au/involvement/join.htm
Interview: Greg Sword Unsheathed
The NUW national secretary is set to be endorsed as ALP Federal president next week. He talks about the relationship between the two wings of the labour movement.
Unions: Phone Rage, Headaches and Stress
A comprehensive survey of the call centre industry conducted by the ASU has revealed an industry workplace culture dominated by excessive monitoring and stress.
Economics: And the Winner Is .... Sydney?
Austrade chief economist Tim Harcourt looks at the export impact of the Sydney Olympics and asks if we'll win gold.
International: Western Sahara: Referendum Or War?
A June UN referendum in Western Sahara could have provided the people of Western Sahara a chance to exercise their right to self-determination and independence. It didn't.
History: The Union's Roots in Song
We look at some of the songs that kept working people going through their darkest hours.
Media: Unchaining the ABC
The ALP needs to rethink our public institutions to determine how they might better deliver the ends for which they were originally established.
Environment: Motorways Fail the Pollie Test
Our daily grind of congested roads, polluted air, and frustrated motorists is putting all and sundry to the test, and not least Liberal and Labor politicians.
Satire: Murdoch Launches Bid for Under-9s Netball Team
Sydney's lucrative junior league netball broadcasting market has been shaken by a bid by one of the world's most predatory entrepreneurs, Rupert Murdoch, to secure ownership of the most successful team in the league.
Review: Espionage a Trois
The Whitlams' brass section his teamed with some of the hippest cats in Sydney to make the sort of music you'll want to shoot baddies to.
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