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  2. Aboriginal leader calls for summit With PM

    SYDNEY: An Aboriginal leader called yesterday for a national summit meeting with the Prime Minister, Mr Hawke. ...

    Article : 443 words
  3. Prince with 'Pommie bits bashed off'

    SYDNEY: The Prince of Wales spoke fondly yesterday of "getting the Pommi[?] bits bashed off him" during his school days in Australia and the Prime ...

    Article : 311 words
  4. Sizzle, fizz, pop from breakfast to fireworks Day-long party for a colourful birthday

    By 7am yesterday Commonwealth Park was filled with the sound of sizzling snags and the roar of an ascending hot air balloon as hundreds of people ...

    Article : 844 words
  5. Ten little Australians born in ACT yesterday

    Canberra's first Australia Day baby made it into the world at 16 minutes past midnight at Woden Valley Hospital, and she was followed during the day by nine other little Australians. ...

    Article : 392 words
  6. Big attendance at church services

    Organisers of two bicentennial ecumenical services in Canberra believe more than 1000 people attended each. On Monday night, St Christopher's. ...

    Article : 103 words
  7. Horses were the real stars

    Confusion reigned when about 400 horse riders, some from Mt Kosciusko and others from as far away as Queensland, arrived at the Commonwealth ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 379 words
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  9. Builders want immigration up

    Australia should take more immigrants to help overcome manpower shortages in the building industry, according to the Master Builders ...

    Article : 341 words
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  11. NT to abandon waste incinerator proposal

    DARWIN: The Northern Territory Government has abandoned proposals for a high-level toxic waste incinerator in the Tennant Creek area in the ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. Whitlam man backs Pilger's MI6 claims

    SYDNEY: Gaims by Australian journalist Mr John Pilger that America's Central Intelligence Agency liaised with British intelligence to cause ...

    Article : 158 words
  13. Employers seek wage flexibility

    The Business Council of Australia, which represents Australia's largest employers, will push for a more flexible, enterprise-based wage-fixing ...

    Article : 156 words



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