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  2. Battling against babies

    "THIS", said the Medical Superintendent, "is the abnormal labour ward". ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,393 words
  3. The Canberra Times

    THE Commonwealth's case against Graeme Charles Ryston Pratt has collapsed with an inevitability that must have been apparent to his prosecutors from the outset. Yet although his alleged offence is unproven, ...

    Article : 426 words
  4. The danger of prying

    Other implications of the case are being felt within the Public Service. What evidence there was against Mr Pratt was secured by the Commonwealth Police in a raid on the premises of Maxwell Newton Pty Ltd on ...

    Article : 426 words
  5. Letters TO THE EDITOR

    Sir, — If we are to take Leviticus as our guide to Jiving as recommended by Anthony D'Andria (Letters, July 16) we ...

    Article : 275 words
  6. Cambodia's position

    Sir, — In its issue of June 30, 1969, your newspaper published a long article under the headline 'Sihanouk tramps the ...

    Article : 333 words
  7. Informed discussion vital

    In this delicate area the watchword must be discretion. Some material should not be published willy-nilly. Confidential information from envoys overseas, such as the report from, the Australian ...

    Article : 247 words
  8. Lindsay's policy

    Sir, — An article (Capital Letter, The Canberra Times, June 26) under the heading of 'Elderly advice' which criticised ...

    Article : 250 words
  9. Christ's claim

    Sir, — Mrs Kennedy (Letters, July 15) appeals for more thought and reason. By all means let us have more thought ...

    Article : 268 words

    The Governor - General, Sir Paul Hasluck, and Lady Hasluck returned to Government House, Canberra, from Sydney ...

    Article : 39 words
  11. Which Cook?

    Sir, — We appreciate the point made by Mrs Beryl Rawson (Letters, July 7) when she wrote about BP having named its new ...

    Article : 195 words

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