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  4. Policy in conflict with Hawke's pledge

    The ACT Trades and Labour Council voted unanimously last night to ban further development of Radford College until the Government ...

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  6. Blindness threat in Indian gas disaster

    BHOPAL, India Wednesday (Reuter). — The number of people dead in the poison-gas disaster in Bhopal rose to 1,600 today, and there were fears ...

    Article : 394 words
  7. Grass-mowing delays add to bushfire concern

    Two years' build-up of grasses and bush debris have created one of the worst potential bushfire risks in the ACT at a time when the government grass-mowing program has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 396 words
  8. Forces in New Caledonia put on alert

    NOUMEA, Wednesday (AP). — The special French envoy in New Caledonia, Mr Edgard Pisani, ordered security ...

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  9. Builders snap up new sites

    The expected fall in Canberra land prices suffered a did not occur yesterday, mainly because builders used the auction of the first 86 leases in the new ...

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  10. QC 'had intention to destroy' Packer

    BRISBANE: The Queen's Counsel assisting the Costigan Royal commission, Mr Douglas Meagher, QC, had said that he ...

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  11. US test pilot asked to join Australian union

    A major confrontation is looming between the Australian and United States Governments over the insistence of the Australian Government ...

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    NICOSIA. Cyprus. Wednesday (AP). — The hijackers of the Kuwait airliner held at Tehran released a further 23 passengers today, bringing ...

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