The Acting Premier, Mr. R. J. Heffron, said yesterday that as the Government's scheme for university education in ...Article : 530 words
The Sydney opera group at the Tivoli, having slummed with "Carmen," moved to the politer and merrier ...Article : 562 words
Sir,—Further to the news published by the "Herald" in connection with the change of Government in the Republic of ...Article : 214 words
Moscow Radio has announced a new Russian State 20-year loan of 15,000 million roubles (£1,674 million) with "3 per cent, prizes" for some 100-rouble bonds — but no interest on the loan as a whole. "Any more of this capitalistic talk of interest and you're for Siberia!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 50 words
Sir,—The dilemma in which certain New Australians find themselves as a result of their recent ceremony at the ...Article : 179 words
The Soviet Government's removal of many restrictions on travel inside Russia by foreign diplomats is not the ...Article : 606 words
Mr,—The theatre mentioned by Geoffrey Scott in his article "The First Play in Australia" ("Herald," June 20) as having ...Article : 162 words
In peace or war Korea will remain the world's problem for many years to come. Its perpetual tragedy is to be set at a crossroads where the fears and ambitions of Great Powers clash. KOREA is a peninsula ...Article : 1,433 words
Sir,—Possibly the most significant figures at the last State elections illustrating the decline in the popularity of the ...Article : 84 words
Sir,—I wish to lodge a vigorous protest against the ringing of church bells early on Sunday mornings. ...Article : 124 words
Sir, — Your correspondent Theo Bogue Atkinson is to be congratulated for drawing attention ("Herald," June 24) ...Article : 136 words
[?]retinng chairman of [?]ted States Atomic [?] Commission struck a [?]alism and ...Article : 379 words
Sir,—"Old Hand's" tea-making hints ("Herald," June 20) do not appeal to me as being economical. ...Article : 142 words
Sir,—Nature-lovers will have read with deep regret of the death of Mr. Noel Burnet, of Koala Park, Pennant Hills. ...Article : 112 words
The leader of the Civic Reform Party in the City Council, Senator J. P. Tate, said yesterday he would ask ...Article : 208 words
A recent decision of the Full Bench of the Supreme Court had upset the standard practice of business and real estate ...Article : 173 words
Sir,—In an article in the "Herald" of June 20, W. P. Thornton wrote: "Kangaroo tail soup is certainly worthy of ...Article : 326 words
RECENT westerly winds have completely changed the gardening outlook. ...Article : 800 words
In the sixth week of a Gabinet crisis, the French are under heavy fire for fiddling while Sir Winston Churchill ...Article : 350 words
The Mosman Spastic Centre collected about £12,000 from its Button Day yesterday. The honorary superintendent ...Article : 74 words
The Governor-General, hi[?] Excellency Field-Marshal Si[?] William Slim, yesterday completed his first official visit t[?] ...Article : 96 words
CANBERRA, Friday.—The Federal executive of the Liberal Party will meet in Canberra on Monday to give "special ...Article : 31 words
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