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  2. Kings of the castle

    Children "storm" the new castle in Commonwealth Park yesterday while others explore its depths. Part of the attraction of the castle is a slide and making a quick exit are, from the front, Melissa Carter, 8, Kim Daniells, 10, Kylea Daniells, 6, and Dean Carter, 5, all of Garran. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. AIRLINES BICKER Flight times still parallel

    MELBOURNE: The war of words between Australia's two main domestic airlines has broken out again. TAA said last night Ansett Airlines' newly ...

    Article : 290 words
  4. Expression of 'cautious' optimism' by Hayden

    The Leader of the Opposition, Mr Hayden, expressed cautious optimism about the nation's future tonight but warned against the ...

    Article : 258 words
  5. Bowen declared disaster area

    BRISBANE: The Bowen-Prosperine area hit by cyclone Paul in the past two days was declared a disaster area after an inspection yesterday by the Premier, Mr Bjelke-Petersen. ...

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  6. RSL seeks survey of veterans

    The Returned Services League called yesterday for a survey of Vietnam veterans as part of the study announced by the ...

    Article : 145 words
  7. IN BRIEF $7.8 million for Kampuchea

    Public donations to the Kampuchean relief fund have exceeded the Australian Government's contribution of $7.8 million, a ...

    Article : 125 words
  8. Conservation order on 'Carwoola' homestead

    The NSW Government has placed a permanent conservation order on the historic 'Carwoola' homestead and its equally historic ...

    Article : 286 words
  9. Rescue gear stolen

    Equipment worth $635 had been stolen in a break-in at the headquarters of the Southern Highlands Rescue Service in Manuka on ...

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  10. New director

    SYDNEY: The Australian Chamber Orchestra leaves Sydney today for a 32-day Asian tour and will return to a new musical director. ...

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  12. Warning on spider's bite

    It was assumed that the funnelweb spider found in the ACT had the same toxic venom as ...

    Article : 195 words
  13. Child drowns

    Brian William Sonnerman, 2, of The Rook, Wagga, drowned at The Pines at the Blowering Dam on Sunday after a rubber raft on which he was 'playing ...

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  14. $831,000 to furnish the High court

    The Federal Government has let more than $831,000 worth of contracts for furniture for the new High Court building in Canberra. ...

    Article : 141 words
  15. Wife for trial

    ADELAIDE: Mrs Doris Elvira Henschke, 53, was committed for trial yesterday to the South Australian Supreme Court on a charge of having ...

    Article : 42 words
  16. Overtime ban at airport

    The 25 members of the firefighting service at Canberra Airport began refusing to work overtime yesterday in support of a ...

    Article : 135 words
  17. Car over cliff

    COFFS HARBOUR: Police and rescue workers worked for 2½ hours early yesterday morning to free four men trapped in a car which had plunged ...

    Article : 80 words
  18. Cycle path to be moved

    The National Capital Development Commission is relocating a section of the cycle path in Lyneham to provide space for ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. Road closed

    Angle Crossing Road near Tharwa was closed yesterday and would be closed to all traffic again today to allow for road repairs, a spokesman for the ...

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  20. Accidents

    Canberra police reported nine road accidents, none of which caused injury, in the 24 hours to 8pm yesterday. ...

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  21. USSR fishing plan 'absurd'

    A reported decision to establish an Australia-USSR fishing consortium in Hobart to operate south of Australia was "the height of absurdity", the Navy ...

    Article : 103 words
  22. Vets back quarantine changes

    Australian quarantine measures needed to be bolstered urgently to protect the country against some major threats, the ...

    Article : 347 words



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