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  3. Frozen at play

    In yesterday's chilly June morning, Ron Beaver managed, to fill a cold corner of Glebe Park with images of children ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. WA Government questions report of N-ship mishap

    PERTH: The Western Australian Government questioned yesterday reports of a mishap involving a nuclear-powered United States submarine. According to the Seamen's Union in Western ...

    Article : 254 words
  5. Quadrant building problems drag on New twist to site dispute

    The long-running dispute over the Quadrant site in Civic has taken a fresh twist, with a brawl between the builder on the site, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Sarich signs licensing agreement with Ford

    PERTH: The Australian inventor of the orbital engine, Mr Ralph Sarich, announced yesterday that he had signed a licensing agreement with the US firm Ford Motor Company. ...

    Article : 360 words
  8. 250 prisoners tear-gassed

    SYDNEY: More than 250 Goulburn Jail inmates were tear-gassed yesterday afternoon after refusing to return to their cells in protest at the use ...

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  9. New Caledonia accord signed in Paris

    Mr Michel Rocard, the French Prime Minister, scored his first political success on Sunday, forcing through an agreement between representatives ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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