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  2. Driving convictions set aside because car park was not public place: judge

    Convictions for negligent driving and driving whilst disqualified were set aside by Justice Terence Higgins yesterday on the basis that a ...

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  3. IN BRIEF Calvary bed numbers cut

    Calvary hospital closed 50 medical and surgical beds on Monday, and they will stay closed until April 16. Some outpatient services will ...

    Article : 270 words
  4. Perfect place for prospective palaeontology pupils

    Canberra's newest tourist attraction threw open its doors yesterday to find its biggest fans — children —already lining up. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Review by IRC will continue

    The Industrial Relations Commission will continue with a far-reaching review of the extent of its power in dealing with ...

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  7. Keating asks voters to support Lavarch

    The Prime Minister, Paul Keating, has tried to dispel negative reactions to his appointment of the yet-unelected Attorney-General, Michael Lavarch, calling on ...

    Article : 454 words
  8. ACT power talks fail

    Union talks aimed at resolving the employment dispute surrounding electrical staff at ACT Electricity and Water failed yesterday. ...

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