Last updated: June 1999
Every other month, the Newsletter gives news on what groups have been up to and what they have planned, a huge list of campaigners and activists, and a multi-colour "Clash Avoidance Calendar" listing over 200 forthcoming meetings, demos and other events. That's the printed version - this Web site has most (but not all) the news included, but on the other hand is updated at least weekly.
I'm sure you'll agree that's a hell of a lot for us to do. And we rely totally on subscriptions and kind donations, which aren't quite reaching the costs of printing and distribution which continue to rise. So, if you enjoy your read and support our aims, please send us a small donation. If all our readers sent us just three quid, that would see us through to the next century!
This issue we have a feature on the campaigns against Trident, we ask whether there are fair careers at the careers fair? and give the very latest STOP PRESS news.
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