7 July 2006


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*The highs and lows of life in a country town.
The people of Tharwa feel under siege – a wonky bridge, school slated for closure – and their post bushfire voices gone unheard.
Meanhile, Barry Cohen,former federal MP, says retirees should leave the hell of Sydney for the paradise of Bungendore and other little country towns.
* The ANU launches an online history database.
* Female boxer, Stacey Fletcher.

Mark Bannerman will present the program for a few weeks.

Friday at 7.30. Repeated Saturday at Noon.

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Shake me rigid. The cream of Sydney NewsCaff hits town. This is a must-see.

You should run a story about the national archives picking Insatiable Banalities as a Canberra cultural treasure.

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