Monthly Archives: June 2014


Media from National Day of Action against continuing stolen generations

Some coverage from yesterday: Opinion piece by Debra Swam former DOCS worker Guardian piece on national protests: Coverage of Queensland actions: Interview from Perth: AAP story that ran on ABC and across many major networks: reading


Requim for the Block? never!

on april 26/27, 2014 the sydney morning herald produced a full page report from hall greenland titled ‘block politics in redfern’ that highlighted the abject failure and disaster of the aboriginal housing company under the iron fist rule of the … Continue reading


Axe the RET: Power Bills Will Soar

SOLAR UPDATE Axe the RET: Power Bills Will Soar – Bloomberg New Energy Finance A detailed report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance shows scrapping or reducing the Renewable Energy Target (RET) would: Shelve $12-21 billion of investment in clean energy … Continue reading


murdoch mob and then truth

The Murdoch Media is in overdrive to excuse the inexcusable. Even the lily livered report by the Governments own man Robert Cornall was unable to hide the brutality of the Manus attacks on men in the Detention camp. As a … Continue reading


Bust the Budget community meeting

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Across Australia members of the community, unionists and students are coming together to start the fightback against budget attacks. The ‘Bust the Budget’ Brisbane meeting is being held to discuss what we can do to beat back the LNP’s attacks. … Continue reading


Christopher Pyne and His Attempt to Re-ignite the Culture Wars

The June 2014 meeting of the 17 Group will take place onWednesday the 4th of June at 7 pm in unit 6 at 20 Drury StWest End. The topic is “Christopher Pyne and His Attempt to Re-ignite the Culture Wars”. … Continue reading


Foco Nuevo in June

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FOCO NUEVO IN JUNE Thanks to all our guests and audience for making our Pete Seeger tribute such a wonderful night. For June we are very happy to welcome two new guest acts, Penny Davies & Rober Ilott and Orange … Continue reading