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  5. Federal Government decides Tasmania told it can build Franklin dam

    The Federal Government decided yesterday to allow the Tasmanian Government to build the Franklin River dam ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Heavy rain — but not enough yet

    Heavy rain was widespread in the eastern States yesterday, but could not be said to have broken the drought, a spokesman for the ACT ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Ambassador dies in Canberra

    The Israeli Ambassador, Mr Abraham Kidron, died of a heart attack in Canberra yesterday. His body, accompanied by his widow, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Flow-on wage rises for PS tail-enders

    Up to 2,500 Commonwealth employees are likely to receive pay rises even after the Government legislates to freeze wages, it was revealed yesterday. ...

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  11. Keneally to speak in Canberra

    Thomas Keneally, winner of this year's Booker Prize, one of the most sought-after literary awards in the English-speaking world, is to ...

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  12. Civil-liberty changes sought on mental health

    The Human Rights Commission has recommended a number of amendments, on civil-liberties grounds, to the proposed ACT ...

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  13. LATE NEWS Bushfire threat

    SYDNEY: About 120 firefighters began a fresh round of backburning last night to try to halt the bushfire heading towards Narrabri in north-western ...

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