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  2. IN BRIEF PM tops, but Peacock pips Keating

    SYDNEY: Australians preferred Mr" Hawke as Prime Minister but if the fight was one between the Treasurer. Mr Keating, and the Deputy Leadei of the ...

    Article : 405 words
  3. Forest plan 'political, but a step ahead'

    Conservationists gave the minister responsible for the environment. Senator Richardson, some ammunition for today's Cabinet battle over ...

    Article : 549 words
  4. Cabinet approves sale to Westpac Risk of rise in Defence loans

    People with Defence Servicc home loans face an increased risk ilial the interest rate on their home loans — currently at an enviable 6 ...

    Article : 777 words
  5. When in doubt, don't!

    Stephen Carle was the loneliest man in Canberra yesterday. He set oft" on a simple shopping errand — and found himself instead at the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 383 words
  6. Lecturer cans asbestos 'scare'

    A public scare campaign was being conductcd about asbestos insulation in ACT houses, a senior lecturer in architecture at the CCAE, Mr ...

    Article : 351 words
  7. 10,000 ACT students add up to a record

    OK folks, put on your thinking caps: the 14 digits in a credit-card number are to be written in the boxes below. If the sum of any three consecutive digits is 20, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 335 words
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    Advertising : 400 words
  9. Hayden facing resign 'push'

    Media reports that the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr Hayden, intended to resign from Parliament on its next sitting day, August 22, in order ...

    Article : 160 words
  10. Special education and job package for Aborigines

    Aborigines will get a special package of assistance aimed at increasing their education and job opportunities as part of the August federal Budget, Government ...

    Article : 307 words



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