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`We members of the public are tired of sitting back and expecting the politicians to do everything. It's up to us Queenslanders to do something as well.'
01 February 1990
She was addressing Moral Re-Armament's industrial conference at Caux, Switzerland, entitled 'Shaping the 1990s -a better use of resources'.
01 October 1989
As a country with a large proportion of recent immigrants, Australia could have valuable experience for the world in the 21st century.
01 January 1989
In his address, Bishop Wheeler spoke of meeting Frank Buchman, the initiator of Moral Re-Armament, in Oxford in the 1930s. `And, God forgive me, I did not take to the man,' he said. `Looking back, I think this must have been my loss... I began to see things in a different light when I read of the extraordinary achievement of postwar reconciliation brought about by his establishment and labours in the Mountain House at Caux in Switzerland.
01 January 1989
A task that's just begun' ran the slogan across the backdrop at the Victoria Palace theatre, London. An unusual theme, you might think, for a 50th anniversary meeting.
01 January 1989
Rajmohan Gandhi of India talks with President Corazon Aquino of the Philippines. Mr Gandhi was in Manila as part of a 22-strong Moral ReArmament group from ten Asian and Pacific nations. The President spoke to representatives of the party about the need for `a spiritual content in the new chapter found by the country'. The group, which had first-hand experience of facing up to unemployment, racial tensions, trade friction and corruption in their own regions, also had discussions with three cabinet ministers.
01 March 1988
Last year the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) for the first time allowed the establishment of political parties in opposition to the ruling National Party (Kuomintang). In December the Government lifted the prohibition of Chinese in Taiwan - provided they were not in the armed forces or government officials - from visiting relatives on the mainland.
01 March 1988
At Panchgani, 4,300 feet above the plains of Maharashtra, lies a wide volcanic plateau.
01 March 1988
There is a small but not insignificant tree newly planted in a garden in the Alpine region of northern Victoria, Australia.
01 March 1988
Australia's oldest national magazine, The Bulletin, in its first issue of 1988 focussed a double page spread on Australia's oldest continuously operating mining town - Broken Hill.
01 March 1988
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