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{{newsitem|Daylight savings affecting flight times|3 December 2006|The introduction of daylight saving time to [[Western Australia]] has affected some of the flight times at [[Perth]] Airport by an hour with passengers being advised to confirm flight times.}}
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{{newsitem|Military Stages Coup in Fiji|5 December 2006|Military seizes control of [[Fiji]] locking down the capital. Commodore Frank Bainimarama announced in a nationally broadcast statement that, "As of 6 o'clock this evening, the military has taken over the government, has executive authority and the running of this country."}}
  
 
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{{newsitem|Fiji military commander not engaging|10 November 2006|[http://stuff.co.nz/stuff/0,2106,3856358a12,00.html Media reports] from [[Fiji]] indicate the military commander is not engaging with the Great Council of Chiefs' attempts to avert a coup. Mediators from the Council went to see the Commander after he did not show up at a Council meeting....}}
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