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See Australia's largest
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which hauled the first
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CANBERRA RAILWAY MUSEUM
On Thursdays 15, 22 & 29 January, &
Sunday 18 January, take a trip on one of
our afternoon school holiday trips through the
Molonglo Gorge and Pine Range tunnels to
Bungendore, departing Canberra Railway
Station at 12.40pm & returning at 3.20pm.
AUSTRALIA DAY EXCITEMENT
ON SYDNEY HARBOUR
You can take part in the holiday season excitement on
Sydney Harbour by joining our Australia Day tour train.
Enjoy supper on the train before taking a leisurely
journey to Sydney overnight in airconditioned sleeping
cars. A full buffet breakfast at Rydges Hotel, Sydney
Central on arrival in Sydney is included in the
arrangements. After that, we enjoy an exclusive 6-hour
chartered cruise aboard Southern Star to accompany
the Ferry Race,Tall Ships Race & other great harbour
events. A sumptuous buffet luncheon with open bar is
included. In the late afternoon and evening there's
international entertainment & spectacular fireworks
at Darling Harbour. The train brings you back to
Canberra overnight in sleeping cars with a continental
breakfast on board. Ask for a colour brochure.
SCHOOL HOLIDAYS HERITAGE
TRAIN TRIPS TO BUNGENDORE
Saturday 14 February: Spark the passion
on a beautiful evening dining trip to
Bungendore, departing Canberra Railway
Station at 6.15pm & returning at 9.10pm.
Dinner, wine, chocolates, coffee, dancing &
sunset views from the train in daylight saving
time. Check our website & book now!
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ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES AUCTION
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Sunday 18th January 10:30am
View: 9:00am -- 10:30am
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Marble Top Dressing Table, Leather Recliners,
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Display Units, Handcrafted Furniture, Artwork,
great selection English, European & Oriental
Collectables, Jewellry, Indoor Plants,
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 2
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Coalition support overlooked by Hawke
The release of national archives
Cabinet records was an opportunity
for Bob Hawke to spruik once again.
He pointed out the current
Coalition government s problems
(which are obvious) but seems to
have forgotten he was the
beneficiary of Coalition support for
almost all the controversial policies
of his, and Paul Keating s,
government such as tariff cuts,
HECS and social security means
Contrast with today where the
ALP, in Opposition, opposes
everything including things they
did themselves in the past in health,
social security and education.
When Chris Bowen recently
boasted of $180 billion of cuts
Labor made in the Rudd/Gillard
years, that was possible largely
because of the Coalition s support.
Hawke benefited from a
responsible opposition but ALP
ones seem scarce.
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