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  4. Researchers 'facing corporate and government suppression'

    Scientists who spoke out on environmental issues were prime targets for corporate and government suppression, ...

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    TEHERAN, Monday (AAPReuter). — The Speaker of the Iranian Parliament said today that Iran would not accept a ceasefire ...

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  7. Grand Prix crash

    AAP-AP satellite picture Jean Pierre Jabouille, of France, crashes into the fence in the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal on Sunday. Both his legs were broken. The race was won by Australian driver Alan Jones giving him an unbeatable lead for the Formula One world motor racing drivers' championship for 1980. Jones's main rival, Nelson ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Man fined $1,230 for unfenced pool

    A Pearce man was fined $ 1,230 in Canberra Petty Sessions yesterday for not having a fence around a backyard pool. ...

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  10. New radar unit for Canberra police

    Police in the ACT will soon be using a new radar unit to detect speeding motorists. The KR-II units can be used from stationary ...

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    BONN, Monday (AAP-Reuter). —West German authorities freed today five of six neo-Nazis held at the weekend on suspicion of involvement in the ...

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  12. Breath law 'fixed' but lawyers doubt it

    Proposed amendments to ACT Breathalyzer legislation which the Department of the Capital Territory, its legal advisers and police ...

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