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  4. King of Clubs lines up a princely sum

    The King of Clubs came up with a $21,000 jackpot for Canberra teachers' assistant Mrs Vivienne Montgomery yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Up to 1,100 dead Calm returns to India

    NEW DELHI, Sunday (Reuter).—Most parts of India appeared to be returning to normal today after four days of violent ...

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  6. Crime body criticism 'brushed aside' by PM

    The Prime Minister, Mr Hawke, had brushed aside the serious criticism by Royal commissioner Mr Frank Costigan, QC, of the powers of ...

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  8. Trimbole's wife called him 'Godfather'

    SYDNEY: Mrs Joan Trimbole, the wife of Australia's most wanted man Mr Robert Trimbole, said last night that she called her husband the Godfather as a "term of affection because he was ...

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  9. Government to buy Australia II

    PERTH: The Federal Government is to buy Australia II for $2 million, allowing the yacht to remain permanently in Australia. The decision was announced by the ...

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  10. Foetal surgery now possible, expert says

    SYDNEY: A team of Sydney microsurgeons is ready to embark on revolutionary, new human foetal surgery. The doctors, headed by a world pioneer of ...

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  11. The Melbourne Cup—

    Sports Editor John Hourigan is in Melbourne to cover the lead-up to, and the running of, tomorrow's Melbourne Cup at Flemington. ...

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  12. ACT Liberals 'committed' to self-rule vote

    The Liberal Party was irrevocably commiited to a referendum on selfgovernment in the ACT, the Liberal candidate for Canberra, Mr Gary ...

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  13. Traders open despite threat of bigger fines

    A group of Canberra retailers opened their doors for Sunday trading yesterday in defiance of tough new weekend trading penalties. ...

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