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  2. Speed-up of new hospital planned

    The Department of Health knows there will be a shortage of hospital beds in the ACT near the end of the 1960s and hopes to advance the construction of a second Canberra hospital. ...

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  3. Fine dancing at National Eisteddfod

    The second day of the 12th annual National Eisteddfod at the Albert Hall yesterday saw fine dancing by many young competitors in the Scottish national dancing titles. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 329 words
  4. Canberra delights a millionaire

    A South African millionairs, Mr Harry Oppenheimer, made a lightning tour of Canberra ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 143 words
  5. Melbourne population 3m by 1985

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Melbourne's population will rise to 3,700,000 by 1985; there will be 1.2 cars for each home; and car ...

    Article : 312 words
  6. Container shipping talks soon

    Consideration is to be given to the best way to introduce container ship services ...

    Article : 259 words
  7. Obstetric care may be subject of deputation

    A woman who has criticised the standard of care for obstetrics patients at Canberra Community Hospital said yesterday that she was willing to arrange a deputation of mothers to ...

    Article : 299 words
  8. Sales total $62. lm

    MELBOURNE. Tuesday. —Conzinc-Riotinto of Australia Ltd announced today group sales of $62-1 million ...

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  9. Degree for Lord Casey

    HOBART. Tuesday.—The University of Tasmania will confer the honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws on the ...

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  10. Baby's funeral today

    The unknown, newlyborn female baby found dead in a Dickson paddock on Saturday will be buried ...

    Article : 115 words
  11. McEwen says ballot call-up is fair

    BENDIGO, Tuesday. — No one had come up with a fairer system than the ballot in a restricted call-up where there was no provision for exemption, the leader of the Australian ...

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  12. Positive kind of protest

    Almost 2,000 full-time students at the Australian National University will take part today in a nation-wide ...

    Article : 209 words
  13. Bullets stolen

    Thieves stole more than 20,000 rounds of rifle ammunition in a raid on a Canberra sports store and ...

    Article : 66 words
  14. Sheep roundup on highway

    Some unexpected activities highlighted the national sheep dog trial championships in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Injuries fatal

    A Sydney motor-cyclist, Peter James Whitehead, 19, died in Canberra Community Hospital yesterday ...

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  16. Minister names Opera House architects

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — The NSW Minister for Public Works, Mr Hughes, announced today the appointment of a team of three Sydney architects to complete the multi-million-dollar Sydney Opera House. The appointments ...

    Article : 327 words
  17. HQ appeal

    A $50,000 appeal has been launched in Sydney to raise money to build the National Headquarters of ...

    Article : 48 words
  18. Sales of vehicles rise

    Registration of new motor vehicles last month continued to rise compared with figures for the ...

    Article : 97 words
  19. Bullets 'seen near aircraft'

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Passengers on a Qantas jet airliner said at Sydney Airport today they saw tracer ...

    Article : 102 words



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