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  3. PM & C row over hanging of a Queen

    Moves to house the Prime Minister's Republican Advisory Committee in offices near the ceremonial and hospitality section ...

    Article : 156 words
  4. UN seeks new 'safe areas' as Bosnian leader digs in

    Condemning the Serbs' rejection of the Bosnian peace plan, United Nations Security Council members have called for new "safe areas" to be ...

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  5. New face of television pledges May start

    Successful bidder UCOM promises pay TV within a year — but its director of programming could give no details of financing yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Move to try prince in Australia

    The Federal Government will attempt to extradite the Malaysian prince who abducted his two children from Australia last ...

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  7. Walt Disney, master spy

    LOS ANGELES: Walt Disney, the man who invented the world's best-known mouse, was a mole. According to recently disclosed ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 189 words
  8. Raiders remain unbeaten

    PERTH: Canberra maintained its unbeaten record at the WACA Ground last night with a hard-fought 15-10 win over an injury-plagued Eastern Suburbs. ...

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  9. PS officer gets dead workmate's package

    A senior officer in the ACT Chief Minister's Department who played a role in arranging a big redundancy package for a sick workmate ...

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