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  2. Court refuses bail to senior detective

    SYDNEY: Sydney's Central Local Court refused bail yesterday to a senior Sydney detective and two others ...

    Article : 496 words
  3. Skase buys United Artists for $1.2b

    LOS ANGELES: United Artists, the maker of the Oscar-winning film Rain Man, will be sold to Christopher Skase's Qintex group for $US1 billion ($A1.2 billion) under an agreement ...

    Article : 551 words
  4. AIDS tests in ACT reach 2400 a month

    About 2400 AIDS tests a month arc done in Canberra, including those done on every Red Cross blood donation, a spokesman for the Central Health Laboratory at ...

    Article : 695 words
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    Despite yesterday's wet conditions, Pam Polteja, 6, of Fisher, enjoyed the Koomarri and Barnardos international food, art and crafts fair at the Embassy of the Peoples Republic of China at Watson. About 18 diplomatic missions supplied dishes which were on sale at the fair. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 44 words
  6. West Germany may want Friedrich

    MELBOURNE: Victorian police have contacted Interpol following reports that missing National Safety Council chief John Friedrich is wanted by West ...

    Article : 270 words
  7. Racism could harm our children's future: Hawke

    DARWIN: The Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, issued a blunt warning yesterday that Australians would be betraying their children's future if they maintained ...

    Article : 252 words
  8. Autograph session leaves two injured

    MELBOURNE: Two people were taken.to hospital as about 1500 fans of the American Christian heavy metal ...

    Article : 175 words
  9. Welfare body's child-abuse switch

    The impending introduction in the ACT of mandatory reporting of child abuse should be delayed for up to three years, according to a major ...

    Article : 1,074 words
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    As part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, students from Marist College, St Clare's College, Merici College and the Woden School, attending a week-long camp south of Michelago last week, let their hair down during Thursday's colonial and pioneer day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  11. Rain hampers Eden logging protest

    Yesterday's bad weather disrupted anti-logging protests at Eden, on the South Coast. For the second consecutive day, heavy ...

    Article : 214 words
  12. Field expects to win

    HOBART: The Tasmanian Labor Opposition Leader, Michael Field, is confident he will receive support from his ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 201 words
  13. Search scaled down for ACT teenagers

    Police and emergency services were forced by the weather to scale down yesterday a search for seven Canberra teenagers missing ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 486 words
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  15. Labor left-winger calls for luxury goods to be taxed

    The Government should impose a tax on luxury goods and services to help generate money for an expanded social-justice package and ...

    Article : 359 words
  16. PoWs have higher death rates: study

    SYDNEY: Japanese ill-treatment of Australian prisoners of war during World War II could account for their death rates in later years being higher than those of non-PoWs, according to a new study. ...

    Article : 207 words
  17. Little damage caused by Ned

    SYDNEY: The remains of tropical cyclone Ned passed over Perth early yesterday but little damage was caused. The Bureau of Meteorology said the ...

    Article : 68 words
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