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    This 8½ton camera, built in Britain for the tracking of artificial earth satellites, is in use at the Royal Radar Establishment at Malvern, England. Believed to be the largest of its type in the world, it can pick up objects one-fifteenth as bright as the dimmest star seen with the naked eye. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 83 words
  3. Letters To The Editor

    Sir, — I have been asked to raise the matter of prices in Canberra, and some of the dubious practices carried on ...

    Article : 469 words
  4. The Canberra Times

    SIR WILLIAM HUDSON'S eminently reasonable suggestion that members of the Kosciusko State Park Trust inspect with him the proposed Snowy Mountains Authority works in the Trust's ...

    Article : 366 words
  5. An Answer To Integration?

    Sir,—At the recent naturalisation ceremony at the Albert Hall, attended by the Minister for Immigration, ...

    Article : 328 words
  6. IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA THIS WEEK Ore Exports Problem For Troubled Cabinet

    The Brand Government, which has had some uncomfortable moments in recent weeks because of rising unemployment and its decision to press on ...

    Article : 906 words
  7. The Middle East In Spotlight Again

    TEL AVTV.—The upheavals in recent weeks In three key Middle Eastern countries — Yemen, Iraq, and Syria — have once again fixed the world spotlight on this crucial and unstable part ...

    Article : 574 words

    LONDON (A.A.P.).—The Guardian, one of Britain's most respected newspapers, this week commented on the issues of Press freedom and on the responsibilities of newspapers themselves. ...

    Article : 381 words
  9. Two-job Servicemen

    Sir,—May I have an opportunity to clear up some misunderstanding arising from two recent reports in ...

    Article : 267 words

    The Governor-General presided at a meeting of the Federal Executive Council at Government House yesterday ...

    Article : 44 words

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