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  2. Some PS officers in WA 'racist'

    PERTH, Sunday.—TWo Aboriginal public servants working for the Department of ...

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    Mr Ray Mooney, a prisoner from Pentridge Jail,goes over a hurdle in the fourth heat of the 110m decathlon at Olympic Park, Melbourne, on Saturday. He came last in the heat. Mr Mooney, 28, who has been in jail for six years was allowed out to compete in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. IN BRIEF Many see long film

    A capacity audience watched the six-hour Russian film of 'War and Peace' from ...

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  5. Hold-up in work of land inquiry

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The chairman of the Commission of Inquiry into Land Tenures, Mr Justice ...

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  6. Concorde gets provisional approval

    The Anglo- French supersonic airliner, the Concorde, has received a provisional clean ...

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  7. Cattlemen

    A party of 60 United States cattlemen, their wives and children, visited Canberra at the weekend ...

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  8. Injured

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. Mr Doug Laing-Smith is in a critical condition in a Melbourne hospital after ...

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  9. Talks

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The head of the Soviet Foreign Ministry section, Mr V. P. Suslov, arrived ...

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  10. Caucus opinion on NACC wanted

    The Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Senator Cavanagh, will recommend that ...

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  11. Program 'leads to chaos'

    The Government's sixyear development program which would eliminate many parking ...

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  12. Endorsed

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — Mr Ian Malcolm Macphee, 35, director of the Victorian Chamber of ...

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  13. Fire

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. —Fire destroyed the Point Leo Surf Life Saving Club building about 80 ...

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  14. Stations run out of Shell

    At least three Shell service stations in Canberra were out of petrol on Saturday and most were ...

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  15. INDUSTRIAL NEWS Oil companies and unions meet today

    SYDNEY, Sunday. —Oil companies and unions will meet again in Sydney tomorrow ...

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  16. Teaching

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A petition will be presented to the NSW Minister for Education, Mr Willis, ...

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  17. Panel plan

    The Minister for Secondary Industry, Mr Enderby, announced on Thursday the establishment of an ...

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  18. 'Open treatment' for Australian scientists

    PEKING, Sunday (AAP —The leader of an Australian, scientific delegation to China ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Truganini burial unlikely

    The bones of Princess Truganini are not likely to be returned to the Aboriginal people for ...

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  20. 25 youths sought for rape

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A wide police hunt continued tonight for about 25 youths wanted for the ...

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  21. Churchmen

    Bishop Yap Kim Hao, the first indigenous bishop of the Methodist Church in Singapore-Malaysia, ...

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  22. 'Super study'

    The Treasurer, Mr Crean, has asked for a report by May on proposals for a new superannuation ...

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  23. Destroyed

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—The building where conferences were held which paved the way for the ...

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    This peafowl spent about two hours on Saturday on the roof of a garage in Waramanga. The owners of the garage, Mr and Mrs R. A. Hodkinson, of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. Woman wins Yass poll

    Miss Freda Crocker, a retired schoolteacher, was elected to Yass Municipal Council on Saturday. ...

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  26. Call to set up fund

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. —Miss Elizabeth Reid, adviser to the Prime Minister, Mr Whitlam. on women's ...

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  27. Library

    Office-bearers elected at the third annual meeting of the School Library Associaiton in Canberra and ...

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    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—An explosives expert warned yesterday that teachers and ...

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  29. Pre-school

    Mr B. Jaggers has been elected president of the Rivett Pre-school Association, Mr R. Schneider ...

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  30. Ban lifted

    SYDNEY. Sunday.—The Transport Workes Union of NSW has lifted its ban on all Sydney ...

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  31. Cancer study

    WELLINGTON, NZ, Sunday (AAP).—Professor Douglas Wright, of the Cancer Institute of ...

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  32. Health office

    SYDNEY, Sunday,—A regional office of the Department of Health is to be set up in Goulburn. ...

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