May 26th 2007


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COVER STORY: CANBERRA OBSERVED: Kevin Rudd still in front

EDITORIAL: East Timor: end of the Fretilin era?

HOUSING: Soaring house prices give illusion of wealth

LABOR PARTY: Sir Rod Eddington, Labor's business guru

PRIMARY INDUSTRY: Vital issues in wheat single-desk decision

OPINION: Family First takes on Howard's workplace laws

DRUGS CONFERENCE: Reality check needed on illicit drugs

SCHOOLS: Choice would be eroded by centralisation

INTELLIGENCE CORNER: Shssh - don't mention the war!

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION: Politics could worsen global health pandemic

QUARANTINE: Drought used as excuse to relax quarantine standards

STRAWS IN THE WIND: No kangaroo meat - thank you very much / Tony Blair - a class act / Vladimir the Cruel / Turkey - between a rock and a hard place

UNITED STATES: US Supreme Court bans partial-birth abortion

WORLD AFFAIRS: Islam: the questions which must be answered

States more accountable than Canberra (letter)

Problems facing Brisbane-to-Melbourne rail-link (letter)

News Weekly informative, timely (letter)

The media and freedom of speech (letter)

CINEMA: A luminous film of great beauty

BOOKS: WHAT'S LEFT? How Liberals Lost Their Way, by Nick Cohen

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News Weekly informative, timely (letter)


by John Leahy

News Weekly, May 26, 2007
Sir,

As I regularly find myself quoting information I have gleaned from News Weekly articles, I thought I should make the effort to congratulate everyone associated with the production of this excellent publication.

It amazes me that News Weekly is consistently able to present the reader with succinct articles, covering many aspects of daily life, which are balanced and uninhibited by political correctness or left-wing bias.

The mainstream media's ability to manipulate public opinion with sensational headlines and half-truths is now so effective that it is insidiously undermining the values on which our society was built.

I am sure that if News Weekly was more widely read, it would help to break the stranglehold which the left, green and anti-Christian media have on “public opinion”.

Our own children see the values we have taught them being affirmed by your writers.

John Leahy,
Highworth, Qld




























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