The Guardian

Issue No: 1236 . July 13, 2005

  • Editorial:
        G8 words will not relieve world poverty

  • FIGHTBACK: Public backs workers' rights
  • Howard's lies and deception
  • Communist Party condemns bombings
  • The London bombings
  • History repeats, but in a new way
  • Howard rewards failure with diplomatic post
  • Protest against visit of Chilean President
  • Masterton's AWA sacking spree
  • YMCA eyes IR changes
  • Technical workers fight for raise
  • Slave ship protest
  • NAIDOC: still a long way to go

  • India's move to seed monopoly
  • The solar energy mystery
  • In Berlin, a weird vote and an old spectre
  • Bolivia will celebrate early elections
  • Pastors for Peace defy Cuba blockade
  • Cuban mother meets Belgian lawmakers
  • US: The horror in dawn's early light
  • Live 8 concerts demand: "Change, not charity"
  • TV programs worth watching
  • Dingo bytes
  • Global briefs
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Culture and Life: Cheap Royals; Chinese spies