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  5. Petrol to rise by up to 5c a litre next week

    MELBOURNE: Most Australian motorists will pay up to 5c a litre more for petrol from Tuesday. ...

    Article : 338 words
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  7. How a phone call broke the news

    On a working day last November Jill Campbell, of Bundaberg, picked up a telephone in the Australian ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 505 words
  8. VOTE FOR OLYMPIC BOYCOTT US grants China new trade status

    WASHINGTON, Friday (AAPReuter). — The United States has offered China military supplies and the coveted "most favoured nation" trade ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Athletes advised to continue training

    Australian athletes have been advised to train on, with the intention of competing in the Olympic ...

    Article : 496 words
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  12. Prices up 2.7pc

    Consumer prices in Canberra rose by 2.7 per cent in the December quarter, lower than any of the six Statepi ...

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  13. Canberra to get sports institute

    Mr Ellicott also announced yesterday that a national sports training institute would be set up in Canberra. ...

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  14. LATE NEWS 43 die in air crash

    RANGOON, Friday (AAP-AP). —Forty-three people died and one survived with serious injuries when a Burmese Air Force aircraft crash ...

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  15. Weather 'to be fine'

    The outlook for the holiday weekend was for fine days with some cloudy periods, the Bureau of Meteorology said ...

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