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  2. Qld condemned over 'black hole' for ignorance of human rights

    BRISBANE: The Human Rights Commission condemned the Queensland Government yesterday for its ignorance of human rights in deciding to reopen underground cells in Brisbane's Boggo ...

    Article : 486 words
  3. Stumbling block for tallest building

    BRISBANE: Plans for the world's tallest building to be built in Brisbane have reached a stumbling block, with doubts that, the contentious city structure will ...

    Article : 226 words
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    The secretary of the ACT Trades and Labour Council, Mr Charles McDonald, outside the Philippines Embassy yesterday, where he laid a wreath on the steps to mark the first anniversary of the assassination of Filipino trade-union leader Mr Rolando Olalia in Manila. A group of people, most of them members of the Philippines Australia ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 60 words
  5. Aboriginal legal bodies win right to represent

    Representatives of two Aboriginal legal organisations will have the general, right to appear throughout Australia before the Royal Commission into ...

    Article : 325 words
  6. Boost for redevelopment objectors possible Judge reserves costs decision

    The ability of residents and community groups to object to redevelopment proposals in the ACT could be significantly ...

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  7. Nightstalking moths trigger false alarms at Forestry

    The CSIRO forestry division in Banks Street, Yarralumla, has a new burglar alarm system that is so sensitive that ...

    Article : 158 words
  8. Monorail opening behind schedule

    SYDNEY: Sydney's monorail will not be up and running by mid-January as originally planned, according to its builder, TNT. ...

    Article : 99 words

    Mr John Dunn, of Pat Wilson Real Estate, will be at 42 Fitchett Street, Garran, from 1 to 3pm today, when the house will be open for inspection. More ...

    Article : 62 words
  10. Court told Grassby got $80,000 from crime

    SYDNEY: Former Minister for Immigration and NSW Government adviser Mr A1 Grassby received $80,000 as a result of his criminal activities, it ...

    Article : 413 words
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  13. Leave snakes alone, they're only passing through: biologist

    The warmer weather has increased the activity of snakes in and around Canberra, the ACT Administration's wildlife biologist, Dr Keith Williams, ...

    Article : 192 words
  14. Quest for sperm donors

    SYDNEY: The Fertility Society of Australia launched a sperm recruitment campaign yesterday to overcome shortages. ...

    Article : 169 words



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