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"We Who Are Many Are One: From the Lord's Table to Every Table"

The 4th Annual Logan Square Ecumenical Alliance Palm Sunday witness focuses on wage justice for fast food workers.

Next Sunday, March 29th, is Palm Sunday… 462 more words

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The upcoming election of the ALP National President

The next few months will be extremely busy within NSW Labor with elections every month until ALP National Conference in July. After the NSW election at the end of March, there is automatically a ballot for State Parliamentary Labor Party leader in April. 598 more words

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NSW Labor's leadership contest

The resignation of John Robertson months before the state election has thrown a spanner into the works for NSW Labor. Few expect Labor to win in March and even fewer expected Robertson to continue as leader post-election but a 2PP swing of 10% and the return of 15 seats seemed likely. 609 more words

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ACT Labor's coming Senate preselection battle

Earlier this week, Labor Senator Kate Lundy announced that she would be stepping down as a Senator for the ACT after 18 years. It has led to frenzied speculation about who might replace her with no clear successor and competition likely to be fierce. 365 more words

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What is the factional breakdown at Labor Conferences?

A fortnight ago was a historic occasion for the Queensland Labor Party. For the first time ever, the Left faction had a majority of Conference delegates in their own right. 553 more words

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The need for unions

The teacher’s strike in Kenya started with a roar but ended in a whimper.  By the time the strike, which went on for almost a month, ended teachers’ union officials were accused of capitulations. 853 more words