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  3. 'Happy' Joh stripped of privileges

    BRISBANE: Former Queensland Premier Sir Joh Bjelke-Peterson seemed unperturbed last night about losing his state government privileges worth about ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Ahern stays, poll likely

    BRISBANE: The Queensland Opposition has called for an election on October 14 after the Premier, Mike Ahern, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Cronulla through — in style

    The real Cronulla stood up last night, putting the Brisbane Broncos out of the 1989 Winfield Cup rugby-league finals with a 38-14 demolition at Parramatta ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Suspect 'made threat to kill'

    A principal suspect in the murder of Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester had threatened to kill someone to publicise ...

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  7. 'No action' on police after Queanbeyan bus ride

    Queanbeyan police had not breathtested the driver of a bus load of their Sydney colleagues in Monaro Street on Monday night, despite residents' ...

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  8. Tizard takes two frigates

    New Zealand has agreed to buy two Australian frigates, the NZ Minister for Defence, Bob Tizard, said yesterday. ...

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  11. We are sliding in deeper and deeper

    Yesterday's news that the US credit-rating agency Moody's had further downgraded Australia's international rating from AA1 to AA2 came only ...

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