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  2. Letters to the Editor

    THE editorial concerning both "Steps to protect the ozone layer" and the global "greenhouse effect" (CT, July 31) rightly warns of risks lying ahead and calls for ...

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  3. POLITICS

    Multicultural, a word never found in dictionaries, is a multifarious (which is in the dictionary) and monstrously misunderstood word quite ...

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  4. Fraser the man for the job

    THE FORMER Prime Minister Mr Malcolm Fraser has let it be known that he wants to become the next Secretary-General ...

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  6. Comment on 'a sad little rag'

    I HAVE read with interest recent criticisms in The Canberra Times of Capital 7's programming standards. While these criticisms are quite proper in ...

    Article : 239 words
  7. First-class order?

    "WE HAND over a city in first-class working order". So said Mr Malcolm Latham, of NCDC, to the building industry recently. At Civic the situation is of course ...

    Article : 281 words
  8. An attractive option

    MR WAYNE Lear (CT, August 1) appears to consider the Commonwealth-superannuation-scheme indexed pension clearly better than a lump-sum option. ...

    Article : 363 words
  9. Remember the Centaur

    IF THE RAN is to honour the Japanese submariners who sank the Kuttabul, it presumably also considers their comrades, who sank the unarmed and clearly lit hospital ...

    Article : 158 words
  10. Saving millions of children

    AUGUST 5 is the 10th anniversary of what the Lancet has described as the "medical breakthrough of the century" — oral-rehydration therapy, which is today saving the ...

    Article : 217 words
  11. No comparison

    JULY 27, 1988: Mal Meninga breaks his arm. Total number of column-centimetres devoted to this event in The Canberra Times on July 26 and 29: approximately ...

    Article : 58 words
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  13. The curse of a glamorous weed

    LEGIONS of a chosen moth sallied forth, in NSW, to try to overthrow the tyranny of Paterson's Curse, the glamorous weed which infests grazing land and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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