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  2. The Canberra Times

    WHATEVER doubts or second thoughts the Government and its advisers might have been having about monetary and fiscal policy for 1978-79 — and some sort of reappraisal seems to have been going on — they were not apparent during the ...

    Article : 826 words
  3. Mr FRANK WALKER, N.S.W.'S ATTORNEY-GENERAL A less than low-key luminary of Mr Wran's low-key Labor Government

    MR Frank Walker, the NSW Attorney-General and Government Leader of the House of Assembly, is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,357 words
  4. The 'population bomb' may well turn out to be a fizzer

    THERE are 58 million West Germans, and about six million Guatemalans. If present trends persist, a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,005 words
  5. LETTERS to the Editor

    Sir, — The Canberra Times of May 24 carried headlines on the Federal Government financing of the loudly acclaimed Interscan ...

    Article : 376 words
  6. Prescriptions for drugs

    Sir, — The Canberra Times of June 10 carried a report headed 'Unhealthy hanky-panky' which criticised requirements for doctors to ...

    Article : 258 words
  7. No theatre for the kids

    Sir, — In recent years an important cultural activity for Canberra primary-school children, the Northside Music Festival, has been staged ...

    Article : 337 words
  8. The speller, not the spelling

    Sir, — Reading the arguments of the learned opponents of spelling reform it is clear they have not taught children who have difficulties ...

    Article : 55 words
  9. Times past

    JUNE 26, 1953. John Christie was sentenced to death. JUNE 26, 1928: ...

    Article : 37 words
  10. Vice-Regal

    The Governor-General, Sir Zelman Cowen, was represented at Sydney Airport at the farewell of Crown Prince Tupouto'a of Tonga ...

    Article : 60 words

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