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  • People may be loving Monkey Mia's dolphins to death: researchers

    PERTH: Human contact might have killed most babies born to the Monkey Mia dolphins over the past 18 years, the Department of ... [Article] (621 words)
  • MPs run from Bishop fallout

    Liberal Party MPs were last night running for cover over the first published extract of a book on controversial ... [Article] (493 words)
  • Police officer's conduct probed

    Police confirmed yesterday that an internal investigation is under way into an alleged incident involving a Qucanbeyan police constable ... [Article] (220 words)
  • Floriade cyclists a danger, says ACT mother

    Cyclists travelling through crowds at Floriade are jeopardising the safety of children and the aged, according to a Canberra woman. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (456 words)
  • New book chronicles ACT's claim to yowie fame

    Canberra has been dubbed Australia's "monster-haunted capital" because of its sightings of ancient and modern yowies, ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (476 words)
  • Irresponsible dog owners attacked

    ACT Environment Minister Bill Wood has criticised irresponsible dog owners after 50 sheep were killed in a savage ... [Article] (245 words)
  • Hunt on for men in gun attack

    SYDNEY: A big police hum was under way after two men were shot dead and a third seriously injured in Sydney's northern suburb ... [Article] (336 words)
  • Olympics invest push

    SYDNEY: The private sector has been invited to invest in another one of the major facilities for the 2000 Olympics — the International ... [Article] (265 words)

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