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  2. Assembly backs Hawke on new school

    The Assembly voted to support the Prime Minister-designate, Mr Hawke, in his assurance that Canberra's third Anglican grammar ...

    Article : 252 words

    The Labor caucus in the ACT House of Assembly has replaced Mr Doyle with Mrs Horder as its leader. ...

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  4. Annual picnic of TLC attracts 3,000

    About 3,000 people attended the annual picnic of the ACT branch of the Trades and Labour Council at Weston ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 260 words
  5. IN BRIEF About-face on weekend shopping

    MELBOURNE: The Victorian Liberal Opposition did an aboutface yesterday on the controversial issue of shop trading hours and ...

    Article : 345 words
  6. BLF strikes for nine-day fortnight

    SYDNEY: A 24-hour strike by 30,000 members of the Builders Labourers' Federation disrupted yesterday building ...

    Article : 360 words
  7. Bushfire in east Victoria almost under control

    MELBOURNE: Firefighters believe they are close to controlling a bushfire in eastern Victoria. ...

    Article : 230 words
  8. Drug trafficking by jail officers alleged

    SYDNEY: A report on allegations of drug trafficking by prison officers at Parramatta Jail will be handed to the NSW Minister for ...

    Article : 185 words
  9. Dog exhibitions to be part of the action

    Dogs will be part of the program of activities surrounding The Canberra Times National Newspaper Aeroplane Championships at the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 400 words
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    The Duntroon polling booth was the only one in Canberra to record a proLiberal vote for both the House of Representatives and the Senate, not for ...

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