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    Striking public servants seeking to disrupt or force the closure of many Federal offices plan to picket the ...

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  5. Borg's fifth

    WIMBLEDON, Sunday (AAP-NYT). —Bjorn Borg fell to his knees on the centrecourt lawn and the roar of the crowd rose around him. As the noise grew louder, the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Business incentives for ACT sought

    The Minister for the Capital Territory, Mr Ellicott, is considering the question of industrial incentives for the ACT. ...

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    PEKING, Sunday (AAP-Reuter). — China lodged a strong protest today with the ...

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  9. Debbie in flight

    One of the ACT's best young gymnasts, Debbie Stephens, 16, of Watson, practises at the ANU Sports Centre yesterday for the ACT titles at the same venue next weekend. She is in full flight on the beam. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. 22 die on NSW roads

    SYDNEY: Twenty-two people died over the weekend on NSW roads. In the worst accident five teenagers were incinerated when their Datsun car exploded after hitting ...

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  12. LATE NEWS Gunners in border duel

    BANGKOK, Sunday (AAP-Reuter). — Vietnamese gunners fought an artillery duel with Chinese troops across the border ...

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  13. Slow-down on information curbs ordered

    The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Peacock, has decided to slow down the introduction of curbs on the circulation of ...

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