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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
Sir, — In its issue of June 30, 1969, your newspaper published a long article under the headline 'Sihanouk tramps the ...Article : 333 words
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 Some material should not be published willy-nilly.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
Sir, — An article (Capital Letter, The Canberra Times, June 26) under the heading of 'Elderly advice' which criticised ...Article : 250 words
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
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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