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Thursday, 31 March 1966


Mr TURNER (BRADFIELD, NEW SOUTH WALES) - My question to the Postmaster-General relates to the threatened Post Office strike. In view of the fact that the greatest comfort and solace that troops in the field can have is letters from home I ask whether those who by way of a strike are seeking to assert their privileges may have forgotten those who are defending them. Have arrangements been made or are arrangements possible to ensure that the troops get their mail?







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