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The Australian 28 October 1986 (2007 words)

A01(a)

Gala opening for extension to Qld Govt's DP centre (443 words)

A01(b)

Japan acts against dumping (94 words)

A01(c)

PCs take to the congressional campaign trail (425 words)

Jack Bell

A01(d)

State's programs will stay despite demise of CEP (741 words)

Heather McKenzie

A01(e)

A fortune has been spent but still more micros are needed (305 words)

Peter Lowe

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The Financial Review 29 October 1986 (2019 words)

A02(a)

Lawyer seeks user-pays NCSC, takeover tribunal (734 words)

Joseph Dowling & Ben Potter

A02(b)

Big foreign deal on the cards for Hartogen (327 words)

Joseph Dowling

A02(c)

Lumley accounts declared invalid (360 words)

Heather Killen

A02(d)

Aust brokers have big hopes for New York (598 words)

Malcolm Maiden

Publisher - John Fairfax & Sons Ltd

The Daily Mirror 23 June 1986 (2043 words)

A03(a)

Big Brother is getting bigger (326 words)

David Hancock

A03(b)

PM wins Hare Krishna vote (99 words)

A03(c)

The nightmare we saw (279 words)

27 June 1986

A03(d)

Tax reward for super peace (461 words)

Peter Gibson

A03(e)

Chipp to quit on Sunday (116 words)

Peter Gibson

A03(f)

Apartheid and the Ella Brothers (762 words)

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The Daily Mirror 4 August 1986 (2024 words)

A04(a)

Facing Up To Spring (653 words)

Kerry Yates

A04(b)

Big $95 bargain (182 words)

A04(c)

Birthday specials (251 words)

A04(d)

Great Value Italian (145 words)

A04(e)

The Star of Crows Nest (228 words)

A04(f)

Unique seafood platter (180 words)

A04(g)

$9.95 Yellow Book Meal (271words)

A04(h)

Julio: Italian in Kingsford (76 words)

A04(i)

New Freeway Hits The Pits! (40 words)

Greg Walker

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The Daily Mirror 29 September 1986 (2000 words)

A05(a)

Share bargains galore at monthly auctions (291 words)

Dan Brooks

A05(b)

Moment of truth for investors (286 words)

Ian Skinner

A05(c)

Visiting broker likes sound of his own fund (525 words)

Dan Brooks

A05(d)

Evans moves for steady oil prices (172 words)

A05(e)

World finance talks begin (119 words)

A05(f)

Bamboo Exchange Opens For Business (398 words)

A05(g)

Wall Street trading at one-month low (209 words)

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The Daily Telegraph 27 June 1986 (2022 words)

A06(a)

Drug Pair 'will still be hanged' (459 words)

Errol Simper & MGG Pillai

A06(b)

Fears over 100-year-old rail bridge (417 words)

Peter Grimshaw & Tracey Arthur

A06(c)

Casino pledge by Unsworth (144 words)

A06(d)

Bird racket crackdown coming (206 words)

A06(e)

Hospitals bailed out for last time (380 words)

Peter Grimshaw

A06(f)

Strikes at record low (111 words)

A06(g)

Inventor seeks foreign backing (305 words)

Peter Lowe

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The Daily Telegraph 16 October 1986 (2007 words)

A07(a)

Kuta cashes in on devaluation bonus (633 words)

Jeremy Clift

A07(b)

Peko asks for talks on Kakadu (146 words)

A07(c)

C'Wealth outshines rival banks with record $289.2m (418 words)

A07(d)

Industrials rise buoys market (810 words)

Donald Graham

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The Sun 8 September 1986 (2001 words)

A08(a)

Why More Say No To Marriage (185 words)

Michael O'Donnell

A08(b)

Popescope: A Big Business (75 words)

A08(c)

42 Injured on Fun Park Ride (112 words)

A08(d)

Boy Still on Walkabout (91 words)

A08(e)

Beer Tipped to Dry Up (226 words)

A08(f)

Drug judge report shakes NSW Govt (116 words)

A08(g)

Boy Drowns Trying to Save Pet Dog (110 words)

A08(h)

A Bit of a Jolt for Joggers (126 words)

A08(i)

What Pollies Really Think (94 words)

A08(j)

Homes: Price is Not Right! (166 words)

10 October 1986

A08(k)

36 survive coach plunge off highway (342 words)

A08(l)

Bored Mulray will quit morning radio (105 words)

A08(m)

Sheahan Appeals On Judge's Decision (81 words)

A08(n)

Boy, 9, Catches Falling Baby Girl (134 words)

A08(o)

Stains 'Looked Like Blood' (37 words)

Publisher - John Fairfax and Sons Ltd

The Sun 12 November 1986 (2024 words)

A09(a)

Success and the Jones Boy (680 words)

Janise Beaumont

A09(b)

Ken Pays His Dues (302 words)

Tony Megahey

A09(c)

Frazier Beating Tipped for Joe (184 words)

Peter Kogoy

A09(d)

Trevor Faces Death Again (185 words)

John Bilic

A09(e)

Star brims with a love for people (223 words)

Glenn Robbins

A09(f)

Bowler's Best - Cavalry's All Class (311 words)

Glenn Robbins

A09(g)

Barker Returns (73 words)

Glenn Robbins

Publisher - John Fairfax and Sons Ltd

Sydney Morning Herald 7 July 1986 (2001 words)

A09(h)

The One That Got Away (66 words)

Glenn Robbins

A10(a)

Huddled masses yearning for kitsch (1183 words)

David Dale

A10(b)

A renaissance man with a view of reality (818 words)

Paul Byrnes

Publisher - John Fairfax and Sons Ltd

Sydney Morning Herald 6 March 1986 (2022 words)

A11(a)

Sport (355 words)

Paul Tait

A11(b)

Ice-cool enigma gets a kick out of being a loner (1373 words)

Marshall Soper

A11(c)

The gamble that set a punter up for life (294 words)

Ian Manning

Publisher - John Fairfax and Sons Ltd

The Canberra Times 31 October 1986 (2005 words)

A12(a)

Kuwaiti envoy forced down in USSR: Iran (348 words)

A12(b)

Terror Bombings: French doubts on Syria (252 words)

A12(c)

NZ warned off union with Australia (90 words)

A12(d)

Afghanistan: Colonel defects to the rebels (233 words)

A12(e)

India: Jailed for selling secrets (112 words)

A12(f)

Archbishop defends opposition to Murphy service (340 words)

Graham Downey

A12(g)

A friend vents his anger in church (331 words)

Teresa Mannix

A12(h)

Yass Shire to review safety of old dam (182 words)

Teresa Mannix

A12(i)

Buildings to be used for education (117 words)

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The Age 18 November 1986 (2015 words)

A13(a)

World News - The PNG 'big man' whom time passed by (504 words)

A13(b)

Aquino readies for war with rebels (586 words)

Mark Fineman

A13(c)

Manila's protest strike fizzles out (247 words)

A13(d)

Cricket protest (120 words)

A13(e)

Kanak leader's home attacked (152 words)

Lena Savopoulou

A13(f)

Puzzle as North Korean leader is reported dead (213 words)

A13(g)

Plan to cut airport fire services criticised (193 words)

Tony Harrington

Publisher - David Syme & Co Ltd

The Age 20 May 1986 (2013 words)

A14

A Housewife's Lot

Louise Carbines

Publisher - David Syme & Co Ltd

The Herald 5 November 1986 (2008 words)

A15(a)

Crocodile incident marks second time round for Alf (321 words)

A15(b)

Ex-wife pays the price of divorce (190 words)

Patricia Morgan

A15(c)

Queensland's FBT bid opens in High Court (173 words)

Ross McSwain

A15(d)

Young get help on technology (108 words)

A15(e)

Arthur discharges broadside at White (276 words)

Sandra Lee

A15(f)

PC killing charge: three remanded (121 words)

A15(g)

Missing: one millionaire (77 words)

A15(h)

Grand jury's historic role: judge (338 words)

A15(i)

Outcry over prices for Brisbane Expo (352 words)

A15(j)

Richard's one out - but he's no beast (52 words)

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd

The Herald 25-26 October 1986 (2029 words)

A16(a)

All's fair in dollar chase (488 words)

Mark Hooper

A16(b)

For Arthur Ellis, it's time to quit (354 words)

Terry Friel

A16(c)

From drought to tourist flood (345 words)

Mark Hooper

A16(d)

1c upon a time, it made sense... (776 words)

Bruce Eva

A16(e)

Where are the bears? (66 words)

Tim Boreham

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd

Sun News-Pictorial 1 December 1986 (2015 words)

A17(a)

Police fury on car-bomb scare (392 words)

Neil McMahon

A17(b)

Police break nurses' pickets (278 words)

Gerard Brown

A17(c)

Laser gun blasts on to toy lists (217 words)

Bruce Baskett

A17(d)

Charles, Di woo Wham (136 words)

Phillipa Murray

A17(e)

Ship's treasure 'worth $2 billion' (131 words)

A17(f)

Wran to head CSIRO (222 words)

A17(g)

Hotels hit hard by beer strike (218 words)

Barry MacFadyen

A17(h)

Liberal HQ is hit by vandals (98 words)

A17(i)

Help for male rape victims (186 words)

Andra Jackson

A17(j)

Girl, 15, beats rape bid (137 words)

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd

Sun News-Pictorial 29 November 1986 (2027 words)

A18(a)

Cashing in on croc craze (260 words)

A18(b)

Herald spells out growth strategy (301 words)

A18(c)

Year of acquisitions' sees HWT assets nearly double (528 words)

A18(d)

19,500 own share stake (170 words)

A18(e)

The Sun 'shows the way' (236 words)

A18(f)

Part-way on that privatisation path (128 words)

A18(g)

Tax chief reports (78 words)

A18(h)

Hooker: Larger market and higher profit in US (326 words)

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd

Sun News-Pictorial 23 June 1986 (2009 words)

A19(a)

Wire fence prospect to curb footy louts (424 words)

Stephen Meese & Peter Simunovich

A19(b)

Flare-up ugly and andgerous - police (326 words)

Jim Tennison

A19(c)

Fans 'acted like a lynch mob' (180 words)

A19(d)

It's snow glow for skiers (124 words)

A19(e)

Skiers face an uphill cost battle (549 words)

Anna Chisholm

A19(f)

Snow food for all tastes (307 words)

A19(g)

Taste of victory (99 words)

Simon Troeth

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd

Sun News-Pictorial 22 November 1986 (2003 words)

A20(a)

Melbourne Cup up for grabs - again (124 words)

A20(b)

Brooklyn 'Fairy' Packs A Punch (1276 words)

Bruce Gutherie

A20(c)

Jan's controversy on a par with her success (603 words)

Michael Davis

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd

Sun News-Pictorial 23 September 1986 (2006 words)

A21(a)

Footy star tells of lost $6000 (121 words)

A21(b)

Tribute to a riding legend (567 words)

Wayne Gregson

A21(c)

Penalty harsh - Games star (212 words)

A21(d)

Council pans Sunday racing (92 words)

Neil Wilson

A21(e)

Mansell ahead (110 words)

A21(f)

Grand prix ace to miss Hardie 1000 (217 words)

Ron Hammerton

A21(g)

A Gully merger warning (652 words)

Peter Desira

A21(h)

QAFL syndicate fights forBrisbane licence (36 words)

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd

The Courier Mail 4 December 1986 (2013 words)

A22(a)

He's my type of man, says Joh (129 words)

A22(b)

Conservatorium 'bulging at the seame on present site (531 words)

Gay Alcorn

A22(c)

Urgent talks called over shop protest (458 words)

A22(d)

Sack fear ties hands: union (274 words)

A22(e)

CIA ran guerilla war funds: report (408 words)

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A22(f)

Eighth Rhine leak in a month (185 words) (*)

(*)

A22(g)

France to snub UN vote (28 words) (*)

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The Courier Mail 15 October 1986 (2001 words)

A23(a)

Leaf shedding an odd characteristic (1010 words)

Harold Caulfield ()

A23(b)

Myth and fable alive and well on the Australian wine scene (700 words)

Bob Gray (#)

A23(c)

Bubbly adds aparkle to a vintage event (286 words)

(*)

A23(d)

A pub tradition that grew (5 words)

() Approval also given by deacesed writers wife.

(#) Approval also given by writer.

Neville Meyers

 

 

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The Daily Sun 25 November 1986 (2026 words)

A24(a)

Pilgrim of Peace - Pope's Aussie welcome (917 words)

A24(b)

Ceremony marks message (529 words)

A24(c)

Uniform theft sparks police alert (112 words)

A24(d)

Security shake-up as new Popemobile breaks (369 words)

A24(e)

Inner suburban values soar up to 200pc (99 words)

Brett McCarthy

Publisher - Sun Newspapers Pty Ltd

Telegraph 1 October 1986 (2002 words)

A25(a)

Royal staff 'moonlight (93 words)

A25(b)

Mosque off line - case of misdirected prayers (162 words)

A25(c)

Double killer 'still in area (119 words)

Warren Gibbs

A25(d)

Skylark at skyscraper (182 words)

Kester Van As

A25(e)

Croc Victim Gentle Man - Mother (205 words)

Neil Doorley

A25(f)

Parson trial stalls (250 words)

A25(g)

Paris terror toll climbs to 10 dead (111 words)

A25(h)

Pilot 'may have been asleep' (152 words)

A25(i)

Bandits threaten staff (91 words)

A25(j)

Warning on PIN code safeguards (365 words)

Deirdre Williams

A25(k)

10 hurt in ferry mishap (121 words)

Neil Evans

A25(l)

Battle wagon' arrives (151 words)

Neil Evans

Publisher - News Limited

Adelaide Advertiser 14 November 1986 (2003 words)

A26(a)

Paper battle flares in Victorian nursing row (161 words)

A26(b)

Markets react calmly to record deficit (524 words)

Dennis Atkins

A26(c)

Police group wants unions to join push for changes to Act (483 words)

A26(d)

Ombudsman criticises Minister (328 words)

A26(e)

Deposits set for beverage bottles (119 words)

A26(f)

A 'pensioner's burial' for key Soviet figure (313 words)

A26(g)

Swiss may pay for Rhine toxic spill (75 words)

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Adelaide Advertiser 2 July 1986 (2009 words)

A27(a)

Knight to king, check (99 words)

A27(b)

A child's portion of service (1910 words)

Des Colquhoun

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The News (SA) 12 August 1986 (2018 words)

A28(a)

Guard on child abuse parents (284 words)

A28(b)

Bear bites off boy's arm (296 words)

A28(c)

Alerts at art galleries (145 words)

A28(d)

Twin's death saves David (112 words)

A28(e)

Nugget hits the world (98 words)

A28(f)

Sexy Tina to boogie with little Princess (341 words)

A28(g)

Mini TV-series on Barlow case (207 words)

Nigel Hunt

A28(h)

Mall to celebrate its 10th birthday (131 words)

A28(i)

Mel Gibson to star in Pine Gap film (181 words)

A28(j)

Shuttle given new rockets (135 words)

A28(k)

Piggot pays to prevent charges (88 words)

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The West Australian 14 July 1986 (2016 words)

A29(a)

Matron will stay, rules Taylor (472 words)

Anne Treweek

A29(b)

Black ban could kill Cwlth, says Hayden (339 words)

John Beveridge

A29(c)

Boycott by 19 nations feared (189 words)

A29(d)

$53m prison 'a waste' (443 words)

Ken Acott

A29(e)

I'll fight Govt, vows resident (263 words)

A29(f)

Warning of threat to wage fixing (310 words)

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The West Australian 17 May 1986 (2099 words)

A30(a)

Waiting for a big family (462 words)

Bonnie Keane

A30(b)

Rushing down the road to Mandalay (715 words)

T.R.Lansner

A30(c)

It could only happen in the Kimberleys (490 words)

Tom Jenkins

A30(d)

Affordable luxury in Bali (152 words)

A30(e)

...and in KL, a birthday bargain (76 words)

A30(f)

Safe to travel in Scandinavia, experts say (204 words)

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Daily News 26 June 1986 (2004 words)

A31(a)

Video hope for missing boy (92 words)

A31(b)

Hospitals 'Allow Patients To Die' (144 words)

A31(c)

Truckie falls out in bid to escape crash (116 words)

A31(d)

Police cop good rating (145 words)

A31(e)

Murder, murder, and more murder (896 words)

A31(f)

Pensioner loses in ticket row (341 words)

George Williams

A31(g)

Inquest Told Unsafe Load Crushed Driver (126 words)

A31(h)

Lecturer flies in to pick up his degree (144 words)

Allan Hale

Publisher - WA Newspapers Ltd

The Mercury 16 September 1986 (2007 words)

A32(a)

Conflict in the air at Leningrad's perfumery (1084 words)

Norm Sanders

A32(b)

Home building gets tonic (450 words)

Michael Gleason

A32(c)

RACT is critical of single lane plan (318 words)

A32(d)

Federal Cabinet cruises through a stormy session (148 words)

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The Norther Territory News 18 November 1986 (2011 words)

A33(a)

Govt told to act on bankruptcies (409 words)

Leonie Biddle

A33(b)

Moves to stop Australia card (342 words)

A33(c)

Howard's wife stands by him (585 words)

A33(d)

Action over new phone tap powers (294 words)

Bill Goff

A33(e)

Custodian gets land title (309 words)

A33(f)

Uluru policy change (72 words)

David Nason

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National Times 21 December 1986 (2002 words)

A34(a)

Watchdog bound in fraud hunt (409 words)

Matthew Stevens

A34(b)

Soothing statistics don't solve 1987 economic prospects (582 words)

Anne Flahvin

A34(c)

Coal trade relies on kamikaze (307 words)

Brian Robins

A34(d)

Ageing of Europe limits our growth (704 words)

Andy Stoeckel

Publisher - John Fairfax and Sons Ltd

The Sun-Herald 7 December 1986 (2016 words)

A35(a)

Politicians set to toil harder (523 words)

Michael Grealy

A35(b)

The face of terror 1986 (1489 words)

Frank Walker

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The Sun-Herald 14 September 1986 (2021 words)

A36(a)

Dollar's crash has claimed another victim (544 words)

Susan Hely

A36(b)

From the floor (198 words)

Susan Hely

A36(c)

Central role in nation's finances (260 words)

Jack Taylor

A36(d)

Trust aims to profit from imputation (328 words)

Peter Freeman

A36(e)

US air fares cut by 25pc (128 words)

Joan Mabbutt

A36(f)

Penfolds opens its high-tech bunker (563 words)

Huon Hooke

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The Sun-Herald 9 November 1986 (2019 words)

A37(a)

My captains-courageous (1248 words)

Bill O'Reilly

A37(b)

...And the post-war giants name their best skippers (460 words)

Brett Thomas

A37(c)

Oh for a triumphant burst of Botham! (311 words)

Patrick Collins

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Sunday Press 30 November 1986 (2007 words)

A38(a)

A Keating Minder? (759 words)

A38(b)

It's no cheer on beer (627 words)

A38(c)

One week to T day (621 words)

Kevin Norbury, Megan Jones & Ross Brundrett

Publisher - David Syme & Co Ltd

Sunday Sun 24 August 1986 (2005 words)

A39(a)

Rural anger brewing over compulsory tachos (282 words)

Gus De Brito

A39(b)

Breath Tests Illegal (482 words)

A39(c)

$7000 bill to run envoy's mansion (264 words)

A39(d)

Crippling Cost of Car Tax Hike (435 words)

Mike Kable

A39(e)

Corruption Issue (119 words)

A39(f)

Chance to be PM Slips By (349 words)

A39(g)

Labor facing a big battle for power (74 words)

Warwick Costin

Publisher - Sun Newspapers Pty Ltd

Sunday Sun 26 October 1986 (2017 words)

A40(a)

Move Over Bondy (1215 words)

Mark Oberhardt

A40(b)

Thrilling Grand Prix for world crown (620 words)

Fred Knight

A40(c)

Here's how the drivers shape up for the grand Formula 1 race (183 words)

Publisher - Sun Newspapers Pty Ltd

The Sunday Mail (SA) 7 December 1986 (2008 words)

A41(a)

Gaslights may return to North Terrace (536 words)

William Reschke

A41(b)

Tiffany - Girl from Bay makes it Big (497 words)

Peter Haran

A41(c)

Country and Western's big show today (95 words)

A41(d)

Music-Maker Aims for Top (309 words)

John Marr

A41(e)

Raffles - a winner (572 words)

Sol Simeon

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The Sunday Times 10 August 1986 (2002 words)

A42(a)

Cover story in reverse for clad Amanda (807 words)

Gail Williams

A42(b)

New shipment of antiques is on the way (347 words)

A42(c)

Dynamic road to more success - Enjoy life and become wealthy through 'love' (821 words)

Gail Williams

A42(d)

Pumpkins please with their ease (27 words)

Peter Cobby

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Sunday Tasmanian 30 November 1986 (2002 words)

A43(a)

Now is the time to plan for a new lease of life (385 words)

A43(b)

Help is at hand (250 words)

A43(c)

Health care benefits worth checking out (707 words)

A43(d)

Rolling over' pays off (330 words)

Peter Weatherhead

A43(e)

Where to live? (331 words)

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Weekly Times 23 July 1986 (2002 words)

A44(a)

Big cost savings in block grazing (931 words)

A44(b)

An eight year battle - then AB licence is granted (1071 words)

Bill Craven

Publisher - Herald and Weekly Times Ltd