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    Wendy Lyons, 13, of Narrandera, takes part in a tug-of-war at the YMCA camp at Sturt Island yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Denial that dole ruling

    SYDNEY, Friday.- The Minister for Social Security, Senator Guilfoyle, denied today that ...

    Article : 434 words
  4. P.N.G. ULTIMATUM Rebels demand $2.7m from Government

    PORT MORESBY, Friday (AAP). — Bougainville secessionists gave the Papua New Guinea Government ...

    Article : 242 words
  5. IN BRIEF New envoy arrives

    The new High Commissioner-designate to Bangladesh, Air Vice-Marshal Abdul Karim Khandker, arrived in Canberra yesterday to take up his duties. ...

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  6. Petrol blast victim

    MELBOURNE, Friday. — Miss Karen Brush, IT, hairdressing apprentice, remained under intensive care ...

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  7. Fine weekend

    Canberra people can look forward to a fine. warn weekend, with today's forecaat of 28 [?]. ...

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  8. Sea search

    The sea search for the body of Mr Alfred Muscat, of Page, who was believed to have drowned while ...

    Article : 58 words
  9. 'Exploitation basis' removed

    By confiscating this money the Government had removed the only moral and legal basis for ...

    Article : 362 words
  10. Tip closing

    The Cause way-Fyshwick tip will close premanently from Monday, February 2. A spokesman for the ...

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  11. Remarried

    MELBOURNE, Friday. A Nobel prize-winning, scientist, Sir Macfarlane Burnet, was married today ...

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  12. Defence

    Air Commodore S. R. While has been appointed first Chief of Supply in the integrated Department of ...

    Article : 64 words
  13. Workforce

    The estimated civilian labour force in November last reached 6,078,200. people, an increase of ...

    Article : 29 words
  14. Check on files

    Canberra detectives investigating a possible theft of files from the Australian Labor Party headquarters in ...

    Article : 128 words
  15. ACT schools face cuts in ancillary staff

    ACT schools would face substantial cuts in ancillary staffing and finance when they reopened at the end ...

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  16. Repat doctors protest

    SYDNEY, Friday.- Doctors in repatriation hospitals in NSW and Victoria imposed bans today ...

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  17. New rules 'of little use'

    The new guidelines for unemployment benefits, announced by the Government on Thursday, were of ...

    Article : 152 words
  18. Teachers

    The Australian Teachers' Christian Fellowship conference begins today at the Canberra College of ...

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  19. Drug charge

    SYDNEY, Friday. — It was alleged that a Chinese man had been arrested in a Sydney hotel with about 15 ...

    Article : 84 words
  20. Housing

    Government housing was being offered yesterday to people who applied on the following dates: ...

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    SYDNEY, Friday. — One of Australia's best-known astrologers, Mr Richard Sterling, predicted today a ...

    Article : 389 words
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  23. Advertising

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  24. Recount ordered of NSW Senate poll

    There is lo be a recount of NSW Senate election votes. An Australian Electoral ...

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  25. Quick-setting glue put on boy's eyes

    HOBART, Friday. — A seven-year-old boy was taken to Royal Hohart Hospital today after his ...

    Article : 113 words
  26. 'Great crash' of 1975

    Last year some of our biggest financial institutions went land crazy and it led to a string of company crashes including a contender for the biggest in our history. ...

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