Royal Canberra Hospital Implosion
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Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals
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- History of the Egyptian Religion, part IV: Middle Kingdom
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- Katie Bender remembered 17 years after Canberra hospital implosion
- Sunday marked 17 years since a flying piece of debris from the old Royal Canberra Hospital implosion took the life of 12-year-old Katie Bender. Almost two decades later, Canberrans took to social media to share their memories and show they had not ...
- 15 years since hospital implosion tragedy
- Fifteen years ago today, 12-year-old Katie Bender lost her life when the implosion of the old Royal Canberra Hospital went tragically wrong. About 100,000 Canberrans went to Lake Burley Griffin on July 13, 1997, to watch as the hospital – where many of ...
- Final trade union royal commission report condemns 'louts, thugs, bullies
- A new national regulator with the same powers as the Australian Securities and Investments Commission should be set up to stamp out corruption in the trade union movement, the final report of the royal commission has recommended. The report by ...
- Meet Kate Carnell: Australia's first Small Business Ombudsman
- Ms Carnell's time as chief minister of the Australian Capital Territory was marred by the tragedy of 12-year-old Katie Bender who died when a flying piece of debris struck her during the implosion of the Royal Canberra Hospital.
- Australia eye 5-0 ODI whitewash of India
- Australia are looking for a one-day series whitewash over India in Saturday's final game, after being handed an unlikely win in the fourth tie when the tourists imploded with victory in sight.
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