Daily Archives: January 29, 2014

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Shouting into a dust storm: “WikiLeaks, Drought and Syria”

JAN. 21, 2014 by Thomas L. Friedman, Op-Ed Columnist, New York Times In the 1970s, I got both my bachelors and masters degrees in modern Middle East studies, and I can assure you that at no time did environmental or … Continue reading

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Stop Maules Creek Mine

It’s time: construction of the Maules Creek coal mine in Leard State Forest has begun, and we need your help.If construction goes ahead, the coal from this mine would release carbon emissions almost equivalent to the yearly pollution of New … Continue reading

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17 Group on Anti-Bikies Legislation

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The first of the 17 Group Meetings for 2014 will be held on Wednesday the 5th of February in the usual location at the usual time, unit 6 at 20 Drury St West End at 7 pm. The topic will … Continue reading

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NO rule of law in Nauru

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THE MORE PRESSING QUESTION is what does this mean for the “transferees”? Nauru deports former media adviser Rod Henshaw Updated 2 hours 43 minutes ago Photo: Nauru’s Immigration Act was amended during a late-night sitting of parliament. (en.wikipedia.org) Related Story: … Continue reading

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IPAN National Peace Conference- please forward widely

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> > > Draft Conference Brochure v2.pdf

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Supreme Court Win for Papua New Guinea Opposition over the Asylum Seekers Issue

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Papua New Guinea Opposition Leader Hon.Belden Norman Namah advised, just earlier today: “We just won supreme court reference on the question of my standing in the asylum seekers case. The five (5) men Supreme Court Bench unanimously ruled in my … Continue reading

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Labour calls on government to apologise over miners’ strike

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[Editor’s Note: It was claimed by a speaker at a recent civil liberties meeting [https://soundcloud.com/ian-curr/q-a#t=31:30] that  investigative journalism of the ABC’s Kerry O’Brien stopped Abbott from wining the 2009 federal election and that papers like The Guardian brought down Margaret … Continue reading