THE coming Federal election will have in Canberra a "local" significance which it has in almost no other part of Australia. The four people chosen by the Canberra electors to represent them in the Federal ...Article : 305 words
IF the Labor Party wins the 1975 election then the Governor-Genera], Sir John Kerr, will be expected to ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,000 words
IN crisis-ridden countries, outsiders should be unprivileged, mute. If asked for an opinion, they should ...Article : 235 words
ACT ordinances are now put through the normal parliamentary processes in the Legislative Assembly but, as has happened before and no doubt will happen again, the Minister for the Capital Territory can refuse ...Article : 417 words
Constitutional amendment may prove to be an absolute necessity; but it cannot be carried out by a simple, perhaps ...Article : 226 words
A crisis which arises out of a conflict of personalities is doubly dangerous. In politics, men matters, but every truism ...Article : 426 words
Sir,—How far Sir John Kerr departed from the conventions of his office can perhaps best be judged by making ...Article : 569 words
Sir,—The Combined Charities Christmas Card Shop has sold Christmas cards in Canberra for nine weeks each year ...Article : 218 words
Sir,—Lately. I have had the pleasure of listening a number of times to Senator Greenwood's defence of the action of ...Article : 174 words
Sir,—In your issue of November 10 you printed a letter from representatives of the ANU Students Association, ...Article : 598 words
Sir,—If it is said long enough and loud enough, regardless if its truth, some people will begin to believe it is ...Article : 212 words
Sir,—Many people are wondering how the GovernorGeneral is able to exercise his authority in withdrawing the ...Article : 303 words
Sir,—Mr Whitlam has been continually described by his opponents as "a dictator". I wonder whether, in ...Article : 222 words
The Governor-General, Sir John Kerr, and Lady Kerr entertained, Mr Justice L. W. Street and Mrs Street at ...Article : 33 words
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