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  2. 'Top' women battle to synchronise work, family

    SYDNEY: A woman works her way up the company ladder but then finds when she's knocking on the door of a senior management ...

    Article : 382 words
  3. Dawn of delight as ordination draws closer

    In just 27 days, the Reverend Vicky Cullen will be ordained an Anglican priest. She will be joined on that historic occasion by 10 other women and one man from the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 562 words
  4. New assets test 'could devastate' retirees

    SYDNEY: More than 4000 retirees could have their aged pensions cut by up to $5000 a year because of a Federal ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 468 words
  5. Attack on UN troops unlikely says Evans

    The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Gareth Evans, has played down the possibility that the intransigent Khmer Rouge could ...

    Article : 321 words
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    Advertising : 243 words
  7. CES job vacancies hit a high but offer little hope to jobless

    There was a little joy for Australia's 980,000 jobless yesterday when the Minister for Higher Education and Employment Services, Peter Baldwin, reported ...

    Article : 482 words
  8. 'Gothic' car music chip

    SYDNEY: A microchip that will make the speakers of car stereos resound like "Gothic cathedrals" has been developed by the CSIRO. ...

    Article : 208 words
  9. $2b Games bill 'blow-out'

    SYDNEY: The Premier of NSW, John Fal[?]ey, should level with the public about the cost of holding the Year 2000 Olympic Games, the Opposition said yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 244 words
  10. Young women 'at significant risk' of AIDS

    SYDNEY: Young women, young gay men and promiscuous heterosexuals are at significant risk of HIV infection, several Australian studies warned ...

    Article : 490 words

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