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    Sheriff's officers wait for staff at Gus's to finish before they lock the doors of the coffee shop yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. The day that Canberra dropped off the map

    TO A PUBLIC by now thoroughly bemused in all probability with the on-again, off-again tactics of the Transport Workers ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 250 words
  4. Petersilka 'to continue to defy' notice to vacate

    A Civic coffee-shop proprietor, Mr Gus Petersilka, said yesterday that he had used a crowbar to smash a ...

    Article : 343 words
  5. Main drug aspect 'missed by report'

    MELBOURNE: The Williams Report on Drugs did not get to grips with the broader aspects of Australia's drug ...

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    BACK in the good old days censorship notices in the Gazette used to turn up with the reasons for refusal or partial deletions ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 291 words
  7. 'Pressure' to freeze ALP funds

    BRISBANE: New administrators of the Queensland branch of the ALP might take legal action to freeze funds now held by the old-guard stayputs, ...

    Article : 85 words
  8. IN BRIEF Artificial insemination in NSW

    SYDNEY: Six NSW hospitals were treating up to 12 women a week for artificial insemination, the State Minister for Health, Mr ...

    Article : 148 words
  9. Commonwealth 'at high point'

    The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Mr Sridath Ramphal, said yester-day that the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 214 words
  10. Honours to 69 people

    Sixty-nine people received Australian and British honours at Government House, Canberra, yesterday. ...

    Article : 214 words
  11. Book-design prize

    The Cheated, a large-format paperback book designed by Mr Neil Carlyle, 30, of Sydney, and published by Angus and Robertson, has won the Australian ...

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    DURING a trial in the ACT Supreme Court last week, people began probing their heads for occipital prot uberances, more ...

    Article : 95 words

    FOR those of you who religiously watch the telecast of the Academy Awards every year, Gang Gang has found a great way ...

    Article : 98 words
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  15. Actress dies

    HOBART: One of Australia's first Hollywood movie stars, Mrs Nellie Louise Cowen, known 60 years ago as Louise Lovely, died in Hobart ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. Turn-up at jobless rally 'disappointing'

    About 200 people — a disappointing turn-up, according to organisers —demonstrated in front of ...

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    YOU MAY NOT have realised it, but much of the graffiti and other creative artwork you see smeared across billboards is part ...

    Article : 484 words
  18. Bushfire

    A bushfire just north of Bowning, near Yass, burnt out about 200 hectares of grassland yesterday afternoon. The fire, on the Wanganui, Bois Cher and ...

    Article : 43 words
  19. Accidents

    Canberra police reported 48 road accidents in the 48 hours to 8pm yester-day. Five people were injured. ...

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  20. Man dies in farm fire

    Mr Frank Earle Flanagan, 53, of Berridale, near Cooma, was burnt to death in a house on his son's farm at Berridale early yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 87 words
  21. New president for YWCA

    Mrs Molly Clark, of Narrabundah, was elected president of the Canberra branch of the Young Women's Christian Association at last night's 51st annual general meeting of the ...

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    THE ADAGE that every vote counts (particularly in an election year) seems to be reinforced by one of our local members. ...

    Article : 77 words
  23. Funds sought for Zimbabwe aid

    The NSW division of the Save the Children Fund is urgently seeking donations to assist an emergency aid ...

    Article : 144 words



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