July 2004

Shanghai: The Queensland Government has helped fuel a deal which will result in Shanghai staging a V8 Supercar race in China in June next year, Premier Peter Beattie announced today.

One hundred and fifty jobseekers in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast will receive training in the one of two high demand industries - aged care and welding - thanks to a new Queenslanders Working Together project.

Gary North's REALITY CHECK - Is $30 Oil History?

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 21/07/2004 - 19:43

Quote: Yes, according to T. Boone Pickens, the legendary Texas investor, who specialized in oil plays. He was interviewed on "The CBS Evening News" (July 18).

Councils across Queensland are taking up the challenge of working together regionally across Council boundaries to stretch the ratepayer dollar further and maintain their communities as good places to live.

The alarming news of moves to expand killing of whales comes in the face of the Howard government dropping the issue off its priority list, Greens Senator Bob Brown said in Canberra today.

The Australian Greens (Victoria)

"A special showing of Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 911" at The George Cinema, Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda tonight will see more than 300 avid viewers hoping that the USA focussed Fahrenheit 911 will become an Australian Celsius 488², said Greens Senate candidate Cr. David Risstrom.

The Australian Greens (Victoria)

"A special showing of Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 911" at The George Cinema, Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda tonight will see more than 300 avid viewers hoping that the USA focussed Fahrenheit 911 will become an Australian Celsius 488², said Greens Senate candidate Cr. David Risstrom.

A sell-out screening of Michael Moore's anti-war documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 at both cinemas of the Academy Twin highlights public support for The Greens' opposition to the war in Iraq.

(Greens-Media) Greens plan will boost jobs

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 21/07/2004 - 19:21

The Australian Greens today released a national employment plan to boost jobs while protecting the country's environment.

(Greens-Media) Greens plan will boost jobs

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 21/07/2004 - 19:21

The Australian Greens today released a national employment plan to boost jobs while protecting the country's environment.

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