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Ross is locked up! Please sign the petition

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Somewhere between 7am and 10 am on Thursday 15 October 2014 they came for Ross at his home in Sunnybank. His carer had just left for work. No warning was given to Ross’s unpaid carer or his support people despite … Continue reading

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Over 300 times we have died in their custody

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FOCO lives

It is on the Radical Times Historical Archive under the FOCO thumbnail which is at position 2C in the grid. Click on: “A shorter, précis version of the above article designed for publication (5000 words) illustrated with 18 images.” Then … Continue reading

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Bill to expand immigration minister’s border powers hangs in the balance

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Its success depends on the support of crossbenchers, with Labor signalling it will reject it in its current form Sister Brigid Arthur says ‘the powers of the minister under this bill are being drastically increased’. Photograph: Julian Smith/AAP The fate … Continue reading

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CIVIL LIBERTIES and OTHER CASUALTIES of Abbott’s War in Iraq

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PUBLIC MEETING this SATURDAY in Brisbane CIVIL LIBERTIES and OTHER CASUALTIES of Abbott’s War in Iraq Speakers: Dr Peter Slezak – University of NSW Salam El Merebi – AMARAH Andrew Bartlett – Qld Greens Meeting details: 3:30pm Saturday October 25th … Continue reading

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We are all excluded

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The Cloudland Collective is helping to promote a rally and march that is coinciding with the G20 leaders summit. We are leafleting at the Woodridge Train Station Markets this Sunday (26 October). So you can pick up fresh produce and … Continue reading

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Vale Gough

RIP Gough Whitlam Gough Whitlam is remembered more for the agony of the dismissal than for the many great achievements his government wrought in a mere three years, writes Mungo MacCallum. Gough Whitlam may have taken great delight in designing … Continue reading

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Keep Uranium in the Ground!

On this day, 37 years ago (22 October 1977) the largest mass arrests in Australian history occurred in an attempt to stop the mining and export of Uranium, a radio-active metal that has caused countless deaths, most recently at Fukushima … Continue reading

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Decision on the sacred fire

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Sacred Fire Magistrate Callaghan handed down his decision in the Brisbane Magistrates Courts today, 22 Oct 2014, concerning the sacred fire. He decided that the fire lit at the Brisbane Aboriginal Sovereign Embassy is a sacred fire and accepted the … Continue reading

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A Whitlam trifecta

By Humphrey McQueen Following are three pieces for the Bulletin in 1999-2000. Rumours no longer exaggerated: an obit for Gough The Bulletin commissioned and paid for this obituary in 2,000 but it died first. The passing of Edward Gough Whitlam … Continue reading