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Wednesday 13th December 1995

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Brisbane businessman Ross Palmer is disappointed at Federal Government's failure at preventing the "sale of the family farm" to overseas interests. He has a very good point with over $12billion of sound Australian evolved and based businesses now in the hands of overseas interests. Mr Palmer was trying to secure Gold Coast based Dreamworld with an Au$80 million bid was beaten by Singaporean entreneur Kua Phek Long.


The Greens have put both the Libs and the Labor parties on notice that they will recommend that their supporters in the crucial Queensland Mundingburra poll vote for the party that dumps the allegedly environmentally damaging Au$100 million Port Hinchinbrook development proposed by property developer Kreith Williams.


Lachlan Murdoch, Rupert Murdoch's son, has been appointed deputy Chief Executive of News Limited.


David Boon that master of the bat for Australia for many years has been dumped from the Australian cricket team. Boon played in nearly 300 full and one-day matches. His performance of late has been not up to test standard and young blood has been brought in in his place.
Visting West Indian cricket team lost to a provincial side being all out for 92 and their captain Richie Richardson branding their batting as "pathetic".


Many children in their early teens are skipping breakfast in an attempt to reamin slim. According to the report 12 percent of teenagers, nearly all girls, skip breakfast.

Personal trivia:

Another beautiful sunny day as we approach Christmas. Our Triumph International (Japan) site made the headlines in Japan yesterday - being featured in over 20 different newspapers.


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