The Daily Telegraph, May 1, 1996

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Lives erased - How a family was destroyed

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Cruel bullets cut down two little angels Everything is taken away Guesthouse couple may be first victims

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Hero who stood up to the killer TV channels chop the violence

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Surfer never rode a wave He liked young girls The path to court Held at airport Bryant's girlfriend in hiding

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Profile: vengeful, obsessed, quiet Browser in local gun shops First murder charge laid

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Grief for a special friend [Zoe Hall] The innocents killed for no reason

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Mass killer, victims share ward Bryant to be moved after death threats Donations for victims Minute's silence Parliament to close All are welcome at Temple Victims memorial service

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Doctors call for assualt rifle ban Children should discuss feelings Kernot back Federal takeover I've become the whipping boy, says Tingle

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Editorial: Nightmare with cruel awakening Editorial: Loony laws put a gun in his hands

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Letters to the Editor

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[untitled. re: a book about Bryant]

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The bloody past of Port Arthur

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