September 21st 2002


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Articles from this issue:

COVER STORY: Iraq: America's dilemma

EDITORIAL: Is there an answer to recurrent drought?

Singapore-style super scheme: interest stirs in ALP

AGRICULTURE: Cane farmers reject sugar package

Straws in the Wind: Boat opponents / The house that Don built

Indonesia: Who are the terrorists in West Papua?

COMMENT: Australia-US free trade: MAI through the back door?

Washington trade deal (letter)

Telstra sell off (letter)

Child abduction: parents beware (letter)

Community banks expand (letter)

Character in public life (letter)

REGIONAL AFFAIRS: East Timor: the challenge ahead

Media ownership and control: the next step

UNITED STATES: Greenspan hoists the white flag on economic policy

DOCUMENTATION: Can Professor Trounson's statements be trusted?

ASIA: The Philippines: no cause for optimism

BOOKS: Radical Students: The Old Left at Sydney University

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Community banks expand (letter)


by Rosanne Turner

News Weekly, September 21, 2002
Sir,

News Weekly has told of the success of the Bendigo's Community Banks.

A further development here has been the opening of a Community Bank at Galston, west of Sydney, and the Blacktown Council's plan to open a Community Bank in the suburbs of the Greater West of Sydney which Council is concerned with.

Rosanne Turner,
Mt Druitt, NSW




























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