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Welcome Refugees

organised by the 

Adelaide Refugee Action Group

 For more info: Refugee Action Group
or call Paul 0416509140

5pm Friday December 7

Rundle Mall (by the mall's balls)

Show your solidarity with the refugees protesting and hunger-striking at Naura, Manus Island, Christmas Island, and throughout Australia's hellish refugee detention network


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Eureka 2012 Sth Aust Commemoration

Invitation to the 158th Eureka Day Commemoration

The main focus for this year’s Eureka commemoration will be Refugees and Asylum seekers. Don Longo, of Adelaide University, will give the 2012 Eureka Day speech which will focus on the meaning of Eureka today, particularly with respect to the issue of Refugees and Asylum seekers and the appalling treatment meted out to them. Especially the Federal Government's introduction of the legislation to excise the Australian mainland from the migration zone. Don's research speciality is the history around Raffaello Carboni, with a particular interest in the period that Carboni lived among the Tarrang people, an indigenous tribe in Victoria’s Loddon Valley.


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Rally for Solar this Sunday

Repower Port Augusta Alliance invites you to: RALLY FOR SOLAR!

When: SUNDAY September 30th starting at 1pm
Where: Rundle Park, Adelaide (next to Rymill Park opposite the corner of East/North Tce)

Want help to make SA the solar state? We know we need to move away from ancient fossil fuel technology, to clean renewable energy – now is our chance! 
Port Augusta is a town at a crossroads. With two coal-fired power stations closing, there is the opportunity to decide what they are replaced with: 
Australia's first solar thermal plants or a combined cycle gas plant.

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Eureka 2012 Victoria Commemoration

The long fight for justice,
democratic rights and independence

Thursday 29 November 2012
6.00pm – speakers start 6.30pm
Queensberry Hotel, Undercover Courtyard
Cnr Swanston and Queensberry streets, South Carlton

• What does the Eureka uprising in 1854 mean for us today?
• The fight for justice, workers’ rights and conditions never stops!
• In today’s Australia who seizes all the wealth from our natural resources?
And who really creates all the wealth in this country?
• Is foreign investment benefitting the Australian people. Who really
profits and who really pays? Is the TPP a fair trade deal?
• Why are the US troops and bases in Australia?
• Australia’s multiculturalism was born at the Eureka Stockade rebellion
in 1854. Many miners in Ballarat were refugees fleeing oppression in
their countries.

Humphrey McQueen - Activist historian
Brian Boyd - Secretary, Victorian Trades Hall
Pamela Curr - Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

Organised by Spirit of Eureka (Melbourne)
Contact: 0417 456 001
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There are US bases in Australia says Richard Tanter


Defence Minister Stephen Smith has been saying long and loud that there are no US military bases in Australia, and that anyone who says otherwise is misinformed.


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