- Australian IT - Telstra hangs up on Lifeline (Correspondents in Sydney, FEBRUARY 14, 2005):
TELSTRA?s decision to stop providing free phone calls for people in distress could close a well known emergency counselling service.Why the hell isn't this on the front page?
- Howard keeps in touch with everyday reality - National - www.smh.com.au. The basis of that headline? Johnny said so.... I guess it must be true. Sure.
- Towering inferno drama - World - www.smh.com.au (amazing photo, too).
- Ruddock downplays Habib's allegations. 14/02/2005. ABC News Online. The worst thing about this is that it's barely 'news'. Nobody would have expected Ruddock to do otherwise. It's clear that something is up at Guantanamo Bay; it's also clear that America is not going to change the situation and the rest of the world is just letting it happen. The US has become a rogue state, truly a power answerable to no other. The UN has become irrelevant and it's only a matter of time before it's disbanded, or at least the US resigns from it (or other countries resign in protest).
- Iraq vote means Shiites must bargain. 14/02/2005. ABC News Online. It seems like a good thing that some compromise will be involved - but then, I really don't know the political landscape. After all, the nation has spent years being ruled by a dictator-led minority class.
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