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  5. Consumption tax: 'no exemptions' PM sticks to rate of 12.5pc

    The Prime Minister, Mr Hawke, rejected yesterday any cut in the proposed consumption tax rate of 12.5 per cent and argued against any ...

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  6. Big test looming for a tablelands farmer

    During a lifetime of eking out a living from the steep slopes of the Southern Tablelands, ACT former Mr Granville Crawford has battled ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Some prices should fall: Treasury

    Soft drinks, pet food, soaps and detergents arc among some household goods that should fall in price, retailers willing, if the proposed 12.5 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Roussos freed but about 30 still held hostage

    BEIRUT, Tuesday (Reuter). — Shi'ite Moslem Amal leader Mr Nabih Berry has freed Greek singer Demis Roussos and two other hostages held with the passengers and ...

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  11. Domestic air fares up 4.9pc in July

    Australian domestic air fares will rise by 5 per cent from July 1. The increase will add $4 to the current $80.10 economy fare from Canberra to Sydney. ...

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  12. Teachers' ban referred to human-rights body

    The ACT Teachcrs' Federation ban affecting sporting contact with nongovernment schools contravenes the Human Rights Commission Act, ...

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