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  4. Staff shortage again leads to ACT court delay

    A case set down for hearing in Canberra Petty Sessions yesterday was put over until next year because of ...

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  5. Ombudsman disputes limits to his powers

    The Commonwealth Ombudsman, Professor Jack Richardson, disputed yesterday an opinion of the ...

    Article : 575 words
  6. Lost has a future

    This boxer pup was lost or dumped, rescued from the middle of Copland Drive and found a good home, all within 24 hours. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. ROW OVER JEWISH BAN Qantas may have to avoid Syria flights

    The Government may instruct Qantas to seek alternative flight paths to avoid Syria, which bans Jewish passengers from landing in Damascus. ...

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  8. Protest backfires

    The Parliamentary Labor Party yesterday passed a unanimous protest against the Syrian restrictions on Australian Jews, which came into effect in 1973 when the Labor Party was in ...

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  10. Karpov holds chess title

    BAGUIO, Wednesday (AAP-Reuter)—Distraught challenger Viktor Korchnoi conceded the world chess crown to champion ...

    Article : 136 words
  11. Chrysler faces $2m fine

    Chrysler Australia Ltd will pay penalty customs duties of between $2 million and $4 million this year, rather than ...

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  12. PJT moves 'throw wage indexation out window'

    MELBOURNE: Changes to the Prices Justification Tribunal meant that wage indexation guidelines "went out ...

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  14. 'Too thin to plough, too thick to drink'

    Goodradigbee Shire Council believes it has been kept in the dark by ACT authorities while Canberra ...

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