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  3. Keating denies Qld message

    Federal and state Labor figures yesterday conceded the Keating Government would be defeated if the anger from ...

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  4. Unions to hit France harder

    BRISBANE: An international unionists' group pledged yesterday to increase protests and boycotts against the French ...

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  5. Successes and surprises

    Rookie centre Michael Maguire capped a career turnaround with two tries in the Canberra Raiders' 28-10 rugby ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Goss warns ALP of 'quiet anger' in the electorate

    The Queensland Premier, Wayne Goss, has warned his federal colleagues they should be wary of a "quiet ange" ...

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  7. Red Cross allowed to see Muslims

    BELGRADE, Sunday: Bosnian Serb authorities have agreed to give the International Committee of the Red Cross access to several ...

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  8. BHP ship refloated but fears remain for Bass Strait penguins

    BELL BAY: The Iron Baron slipped quietly off a reef off northern Tasmania yesterday but wildlife officials held grave fears ...

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    Psychotropic drugs — anti-depressants, tranquillisers, sedatives and anti-anxiety drugs —appear to be being over-used in ...

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  11. Langmore attacks bank sale plan

    The Member for Fraser, John Langmore, roundly criticised his own Government yesterday for the budget decision to sell the ...

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