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  5. Australia beats Japan in golf

    Australia came from behind to beat Japan 42-38 and record its second win in the Australia-Japan Annual Goodwill Golf series at Royal Canberra yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 275 words
  6. Equestrienne

    Rebecca Doon, 5, of Pialligo, leading her horse, Peter Pan, at the Canberra Day gymkhana at Equestrian Park, Curtin, yesterday. The gymkhana was held yesterday to avoid clashing with next week's Yass Show. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. NEW OFFER BY STUDENTS Fate of hostages remains confused

    TEHRAN, Sunday (AAP-Reuter). — Moslem students holding the US Embassy said today they were still prepared to hand their hostages to Iranian ...

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  8. inside Fence appeal

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  9. Mozart concert 'an embarrassing success'

    The 'Mostly Mozart' concert at the Erindale Centre last night was described as an "embarrassing success" by ...

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  10. Demand for petrol up, but no shortage in Canberra

    There appears to be no immediate prospect of a general petrol shortage in Canberra despite the strike by ...

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  12. Woolgrowers want storemen sacked

    Woolgrowers have demanded that brokers close wool stores throughout Australia and sack the storemen ...

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  13. LATE NEWS Tito 'very grave'

    BELGRADE, Sunday (AAP-Reuter). — President Tito's condition is very grave, with severe kidney problems and increased internal bleeding, his ...

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