Monthly Archives: October 2013

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Foco Nuevo in November

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FOCO NUEVO IN NOVEMBER Friday, 1 November 2013, 8.00 p.m. Kurilpa Hall 174 Boundary Street West End Emperor Nelson / 3 Miles From Texas / Jumping Fences As always Maggie’s delicious cakes, tea and coffee will be on sale. $10 … Continue reading

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Sport and Capitalism: meeting of the 17 Group

The November meeting of the 17 Group will take place on Wednesday the 6th ofNovember at 7 pm. It will be held in unit 6 at 20 Drury St West End. The speaker will be Sport scholar Dr Greg Mallory, … Continue reading

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Public inquiry into Bill to extend mining to 2035 on Stradbroke

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 Wednesday 30 October 9am -1pm. Parliament House The committee will hear evidence from interested parties. Location Parliament House RSVP 07 3406 7908 Sibelco likely to be scheduled first up, Quandamooka People will give presentations as will the environment sector, interested … Continue reading

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Euahlayi Peoples Republic appoint their Provisional Executive Council of State

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more from ghillar michael anderson of the sovereign euahlayi peoples republic on the appointment of the provisional executive council of state of the euahlayi nation. i leave it to michael to inform on the details. also given is the call … Continue reading

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Vlad laws – know your friends, know your enemies

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PShift (4ZZZ fm 102.1 Noon on Fridays) interviewed the attorney general, Jarrod Bleijie, about the rise to power of  Vlad’s gang and his attempt to put its leader in jail for 400 years. In introducing the toughest laws in the … Continue reading

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K’s Pics: ‘Araya’ & ‘Shiraz’ – free films at GOMA

These films look very interesting Araya GOMA 9–10 November 2013 http://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/cinematheque/current/araya Saturday 2pm & Sun at 11am ‘Araya has lost none of its ability to fascinate and move us with its hypnotic combination of beauty and hardship. It’s a gift … Continue reading

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Public Forum with Dr Mustafa Barghouti on Palestine

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Location: Level 2, Queensland Council of Unions Building Time: Monday, 4 November 2013 Hosted By: Just Peace Queensland

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Qld Nuke-free Campaigner & Action Monday

Hello nuclear-free and peace friends, As this week marks the anniversary of the Newman government backflip on uranium on uranium, I just wanted to share some good news with you and send a quick reminder about Monday’s action! The good … Continue reading

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Robert Perrier original songs

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I’m doing a 45 minute set of original songs at the Folk Club in New Farm this Tuesday night 29 October 2013. New Farm Bowls Club, 969 Brunswick Street, New Farm The brilliant John Rodgers and the bass player for … Continue reading

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Paradigm Shift: never voted, wants a revolution

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PShift: Free West Papua

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Freedom Flotilla and West Papua PShift Friday’s at noon 4ZZZ fm 102.1 Friday 25 October: Andy’s got a good show lined up this week about the flotilla to West Papua with live guests in the studio. In the 1970s Matthew … Continue reading

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Foco Nuevo in November

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This month we welcome guest performers Emperor Nelson and 3 Miles From Texas. Emperor Nelson is comprised of two band members, James Forde and Erin Miller. James’ musical journey has taken him far and wide in the UK, Canada and … Continue reading

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Who will bring the good news after the sale of Australia Post?

I SPRANG to the stirrup, and Joris, and he; I galloped, Dirck galloped, we galloped all three; ‘Good speed!’ cried the watch, as the gate-bolts undrew; ‘Speed!’ echoed the wall to us galloping through; Behind shut the postern, the lights … Continue reading

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Gaslands – Save the Piliga forest

Santos is bringing in the heavy equipment now (23 October 2013) so you’d better get down to the Piliga to save country before it is fracked!

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Does Native Title overrule the proposed mining extension on Straddie?

Native title question over mine extension By JUDITH KERR 21.10.13 Native title question over mine extension reprinted from Bayside Bulletin. North Stradbroke Island s Enterprise sand mine will be allowed to continue operating until 2035 after Mines Minister Andrew Cripps … Continue reading

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Memefest on Food Democracy – how the tent embassy food program works

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Investigating further the topic of Food Democracy, we will focus on the Embassy’s food program and create communication design/art that will through intervention in the city of Brisbane aim to support the Aboriginal Embassy’s efforts to distribute food among local deprivileged aboriginal (and other) communities as well as make the general Embassy’s voice more heard . Continue reading

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Workcover StopWork – what now?

Under camouflage of anti-bikie (accepted by the Labor party) and sexual offenders legislation,  Qld Attorney General, Jarrod Blejie, took away workers rights to a safe work environment and took away rights to privacy of their health history and cover. Extensive … Continue reading

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Refugee 36 returnees from Australia remanded in Negombo Remand Prison

OPEN AUSTRALIANS EYES- tell them what happens when we send Tamil people back into the arms of the Sri Lankan government. Australia has done a dirty deal with the Sri lankan Government which allows Australia to turn people around without … Continue reading

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MORRISON: Refugee Liar Liar pants on Fire

NOT TRUE He (MORRISON) also said that the centre was continuing to operate normally and all staff continued to ‘‘remain onsite performing their assigned duties’’. ALL STAFF ran away to the Naval Ship- IHMS health contractors, Salvation Army cultural advisers … Continue reading

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Reading Iris Murdoch novel

This is to announce the next novel to be read by the group that has just finished reading Alessandro Manzoni’s The Betrothed. We are going to read a novel by Iris Murdoch. This is her novel, first published in 1983 … Continue reading

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Saving old growth forests in Tasmania

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Excerpts from ‘Explorers of Western Tasmania‘ by C.J. Binks In April 1825, Edward Curr (a former settlor) had by this time accepted temporary appointment as secretary of the new company (VDL Pty Ltd). Bathurst (head of colonial office) agree with … Continue reading

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Invitation to book launch “The Internment Diaries of Mario Sardi”

You are invited to a book launch: The Internment Diaries of Mario Sardi edited and with an introduction by Ilma Martinuzzi O’Brien at: the Dante Alighieri Society, Brisbane 26 Gray St, New Farm Saturday 2 November, 5pm The book will … Continue reading

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Fearless Summer

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Invitation to endorse campaign to free Marissa Alexander, African American mother in the U.S., imprisoned for defending herself

the following attachments from the radical women australian section call for public pressure to be put onto the florida (us) court and gaol system on behalf of marissa alexander who is but another sad example of what has become known … Continue reading

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Canberra Tent Embassy

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Historic film: If U Don’t Fight U Lose

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The video you see was put together after the Queensland state election in 1977. The video you see was shot and edited under difficult circumstances over 35 years ago, after the Queensland state election in 1977. It was compiled by … Continue reading

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The war on pregnant asylum seekers intensifies

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http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2013/10/11/claims-inadequate-care-pregnant-asylum-seekers The conditions for pregnant women in Wickham Point Immigration Detention Centre (WPIDC) are even worse than the those at the DAL. Women report that they are constantly hungry because of lack of food They tell of meals of boiled … Continue reading

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Dr Moustafa Barghouthi in Brisbane

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Why the delay on who killed Arafat?

A report by one of the world’s leading medical journals has supported earlier findings that Yasser Arafat, the late leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization, was poisoned to death nearly a decade ago, Mehr news agency reported… Read More One … Continue reading

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Sovereingty Concert at Musgrave Park

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  Thnx to all the performers: Rod, Andrew Paine, Marley, the Bim Bimbis (Trevor and Graeme) supporting Ian Curr, Phil Monsour Teila, to the MC, Boe Knows, and to the people on sound Marley & Phil, and a special thnx … Continue reading