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  3. Footballers linked, Farquhar committed

    SYDNEY: Former NSW chief magistrate Murray Farquhar has been committed for trial over an alleged false passport scam, which ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Women's health centre: man gets discrimination hearing

    A senior public servant has won the second round in his battle to prove that the proposed ACT women's health centre discriminates against ...

    Article : 548 words
  5. Family unable to finally farewell Navy man

    A Canberra family has been waiting for almost a year for the Navy to carry out the wishes of their late husband and father — to have his ashes scattered at sea. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Biggest firms to shed jobs

    Job prospects are set to get worse, despite the National Accounts pointing to a bottoming of the recession. ...

    Article : 631 words
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  9. UN works over US cease-fire deal

    UNITED NATIONS: The United States has distributed to UN Security Council members a draft resolution calling for the elimination of Iraq's ...

    Article : 425 words
  10. Unpaid tax: Adsteam faces $250m bill

    The financially troubled Adsteam group has been hit with a bill for $250 million in unpaid back taxes. The group will also forego tax losses ...

    Article : 146 words
  11. Another Iraqi fighter shot down

    RIYADH: United States fighter planes shot down an Iraqi military plane which was flying over Iraq late last night in violation of ...

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