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  2. IN BRIEF Powell 'not assisted' by departments

    The Federal Departments of Foreign Af Tairs and Immigration denied yesterday they had assisted in a planned visit next month by Mr Enoch Powell, best known ...

    Article : 436 words
  3. Angling for the last rays

    David Ford and his mate Gavin Thompson catch the late afternoon sunshine yesterday as they indulge in a little "very unsuccessful" fishing on the Molonglo River near the Dairy Flat Road bridge. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 37 words
  4. Teachers say bishops' fears 'have no basis' Allegations of bias ' misconceived'

    The Electoral Commissioner has hit out at what he calls a "sustained campaign of allegations of bias" against ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 383 words
  5. Blainey tells WA to reject changes

    PERTH: High-profile historian Professor Geoffrey Blainey strongly urged Western Australians yesterday to vote against the September 3 referendum ...

    Article : 407 words
  6. Compulsory voting draws US sniggers

    SAN FRANCISCO: As Americans consider whether to bother registering, much less voting in the November presidential elections, they barely suppress a snigger at democracy as it operates ...

    Article : 209 words
  7. Yes, No cases on cassette

    The Referendum Yes and No cases have been made available on cassette for those unable to read print. The cassettes are available through agencies for blind people, welfare and rehabilitation organisations for those ...

    Article : 47 words
  8. Greeks offended by 'Macedonia' request

    ATHENS: AAP reports that the Greek Premier, Mr Papandreou, sent a protest letter to the Australian Prime Minister, Mr Hawke, yesterday after Greece called ...

    Article : 347 words
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  10. Australian art fetches $ 1.2m

    MELBOURNE: Bidders paid $1.2 million for 600 paintings and drawings by Australian artists auctioned by Christie's at the weekend. ...

    Article : 204 words
  11. Pleas for leniency for four Russell Street bombers

    MELBOURNE: Four men convicted in the Russell Street bombing trial will return to the Supreme Court today so their barristers can make pleas for ...

    Article : 269 words



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