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Alfred Vincent has been in prison since just after the Wahine sank. At 78, he is frail and hard of hearing. But the Parole Board has decided yet again that he is not fit to be released. DEIDRE MUSSEN reports on the case of New Zealand's ...The Press NZ, 1 month ago The dilemma of Alf Vincent, New Zealand's longest-serving prisoner The Press NZ, 1 month ago
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HUBERT LAWRENCE, STAR Writer The men's 100 metres is a flagship event for Jamaica these days at the World Championships, but it took an age to move the country's medal tally in the event from one to two. Thankfully, those days of waiting are long ...Jamaica Star, 1 month ago
ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young says the waiver is wonderful news. Photo: Rohan Thomson International research students studying in Canberra universities will have ACT public school fees waived for their children, providing savings of about ...WA Today, 2 months ago No fees for children of international research students in Canberra Melbourne Age, 2 months ago
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