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  3. Army clothes given the boot

    The Australian Army has dumped up to 100 pairs of boots and an unspecified number of jungle-green trousers, shirts, japara jackets and full-length oilskins at the Mugga Lane tip. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. SUNDAY SHORTS Women to protest against prison strip searches

    MELBOURNE: Women from throughout Australia were planning to link hands in a giant circle around Fairlea women's prison this afternoon in a non-violent protest against the treatment of women ...

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  5. London tube disaster blamed on management

    LONDON, Saturday (AAP) —The inquiry into London's Kings Cross disaster ended yesterday with the underground railway's nage ...

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  6. Gulf islands retaken after three years Iraqis win battle for oilfields

    BAGHDAD, Saturday (Reuter). — Iraq said today it had recaptured the Majnoun Islands, which sit atop one of the world's ...

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  8. Huge US city pre-dates arrival of Europeans

    American archaeologists are revealing how North American Indians built a vast walled city in what is now the middle of the ...

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  9. LATE NEWS Helicopter crash

    TOKYO, Saturday (AP). — All seven Marines aboard a United States helicopter were killed when it crashed into a mountain near a nuclear power ...

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  11. Historic parliamentary picture goes in camera

    A photograph may be the only opportunity for most Australians to see Tom Roberts' historic painting, The Opening of the First ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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