So long and thanks for all the fish
By Kim on March 18, 2012
Perhaps serendipitously, LP readers who weren’t following the work Mark, Robert, Brian, myself and others including Pandora Karavan, John Quiggin and Roger Jones are doing on their collaboration with Crikey, Coal Seam Gas: Behind the Seams, saw some of the […]
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By Mark Bahnisch on January 26, 2011
As previewed on this post, LP is sponsoring a fundraiser to assist those affected by the Queensland floods. We specifically went looking for a cause which would target funds to those who are likely to be already disadvantaged, and decided to partner with Lifeline Queensland.
By Kim on October 26, 2010
Independent media site New Matilda, which ceased operations just after Kevin Rudd was overthrown as Prime Minister, is back, and is appealling for reader contributions to continue publishing. Details of their fundraising drive are here.
By Mark Bahnisch on December 17, 2009
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been preoccupied with festive socialising and the fact that you haven’t bought any Christmas presents yet. But, in the rarefied circles of political tragedy, there’s a frisson of excitement, or perhaps manic enthusiasm, unrelated […]
By Mark Bahnisch on February 19, 2009
The Victorian government is using google map technology to enable people at community level to organise memorials and fundraisers related to the bushfires in their local area. Check it out here.