October 6th 2001


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COVER STORY - War on terrorism: where it leaves Australia

TESTIMONIAL: Colin Teese: Why Do I Read News Weekly?

ECONOMY: Terror weakens a softening market

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Close election still likely

QUEENSLAND: Good news for Golden Circle

WESTERN AUSTRALIA: Marriage devalued in WA 'reforms'

MEDIA: Moral equivalence and the ABC

STRAWS: Back to the state of nature? / 57 varieties of racism / Galahs 0, Kiwis 3

Letter: Lessons from the horror

Letter: Drugs report

UNITED STATES: The global war on terrorism: the risk of going wrong

HISTORY: Evidence still lacking for massacre claims

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Railway Infrastructure: history shows it can be done

FEMINISM: Orwell comes to the hardware store

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TESTIMONIAL:
Colin Teese: Why Do I Read News Weekly?


by Colin Teese

News Weekly, October 6, 2001
quotesWhy do I support News Weekly?

Well, I'm a contributor and therefore I read my own pieces - if only to see if they read in print the way I wrote them.

News Weekly is an independent journal of opinion.

As such, it is a rare bird and deserves to be supported.

I say independent, because most of its funding comes from contributors rather than from advertising. Because of that its opinions can be, and are, delivered without fear or favour.

But they are opinions and they do have a starting point.

News Weekly stands foursquare behind Australia, behind the family, and for a fair distribution of economic wealth.

It argues that the family, and the middle class, can't survive without that.

It also believes in free enterprise and proper respect for private property, but considers that if this system is to work to the benefit of all Australians, then there is a place for a measure of government regulation.

All of these things make News Weekly worth reading and supporting.
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  • Colin Teese, Former Deputy Secretary of the Department of Trade




























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