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  3. Westpac forecasts weak recovery More bad figures on debt, houses, cars Keating's bleak poll year

    The Keating Government entered the new financial year —an election year — with a growing current-account deficit and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. 'Popular' Canberra; healthy and wealthy but not wise?

    We knew we had the biggest incomes of the land — and surveys and statistics out yesterday show Canberrans are healthier than other ...

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  5. Laurie: five weeks' work in three years

    Laurie Robinson is 37 years old, married with three children "and one on the way", and has only been able to find five weeks' work in the past ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 610 words
  6. Marines alert

    Six United States ships, four carrying marines and attack and transport helicopters, are standing by in the Adriatic to protect UN forces and ...

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  7. All Blacks shine

    Three tries in the first 15 minutes and another three in the last 15 minutes by the New Zealand All Blacks blew away a spirited Canberra ...

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  8. Super plan may face 'costly' changes

    Political Opposition strengthened yesterday to sections of the Government's superannuation plan, prompting the Treasurer, John ...

    Article : 385 words
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  11. Guarantee Bill bungle creates history

    A mistake with the superannuation legislation has created parliamentary history. Four Opposition amendments to ...

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