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  3. Westpac to Moody's: don't downgrade

    Westpac Banking Corporation said yesterday that the threatened down-grading of the Australian Government's credit rating by the US ...

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  4. Chief confident of out-running Fraser

    Malcolm Fraser's rival to be Secretary-General of the Commonwealth is confident he has the numbers. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. MLAs' pay to beat states

    ACT Legislative Assembly Members would be paid more than their NSW, Western Australian, Tasmanian and Northern ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Raiders head West

    Canberra Raider Mai Meninga as he will appear before tomorrow night's rugby-league "Duel in the West" — otherwise known as Friday Night Football — on Capital Television from 7.30pm. The crucial Winfield Cup match — against Canterbury — is the second game scheduled by the NSW Rugby League for the WACA Ground, Perth. Times Sport. — Pages 18-20. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Now, a fixed home rate that drops

    St George Building Society has launched a new home-loan package guaranteeing a maximum interest rate of 15.5 per cent, amid growing signs that interest ...

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  8. Govt 'committed' to arts complex

    The ACT Government was committed to building community facilities as part of the Section 19 casino development and would be politically ...

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