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  5. Ianellis under siege, facing personal bankruptcy

    The Ianelli family, which operates Canberra's best-known fruit-and-vegetable business, F. and R. Ianelli and Sons, is under siege by a host of ...

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  6. Marco Polo: her latest discovery

    Is nothing sacred? Marco Polo a woman? Yet in the hands of Canberra's own brilliant composer, Judith ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Inspectors vow to stay

    BAGHDAD: A team of UN weapons inspectors began a fourth day besieged in a Baghdad parking lot yesterday ...

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  8. Hawks' heart v Eagles' brilliance

    MELBOURNE: Experience and big-match spirit against class and individual skill: Hawthorn v the West Coast in today's Australian Football ...

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  9. PM sees Aussies released 'soon'

    The Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, believes the UN inspection team, including two Australians, being held in Iraq ...

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  10. House buyers hang back

    The housing industry is yet to demonstrate that it is on the verge of pulling the economy out of recession. ...

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  13. Georgia on brink as president warns of 'consequences'

    TBILISI: Georgia tottered on the brink of civil war yesterday after rebels defied an ultimatum to turn in their guns and President Zviad Gamsakhurdia ...

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