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Capitulation on Human Cloning

THE announcement that Australian scientists will be allowed "limited cloning" of embryonic cells (called embryonic stem cells - ESC) is a capitulation to the promise of the big money to be made from this branch of biotechnology by politicians who seem fearful of standing in the way of unethical demands being made by some scientists...

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Take Another Look

FEDERAL Immigration Minister Peter Ruddock should take another look at the recommendations from the parliamentary Human Rights Sub-Committee in relation to detention centres and asylum seekers...

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Bishop on Cover Up Charge

PARIS (CNS/ACN): A French bishop on trial for covering up sexual abuse by a priest testified that he encouraged the priest to report the actions to civil authorities...

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Tighter Rules on Clergy Exchange

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Concerned about the growing number of native clergy emigrating out of missionary dioceses, the Vatican has issued stricter rules to govern how long priests may be gone and to make sure they return home...

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AT the local launch of Pearl Harbour, the Australian distributor said, "This film has three outstanding features: It is a classic war film, it has great special effects and has a romance imposed on the story of the attack"...

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Troubadour on Horseback

THIS week's People profile is on Rachel McCracken (pictured) who lost her father at an early age and always nurtured the dream to combine her talent for singing with her love of horses...

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