... what they said
It is the court system of another country and we can’t change that but it doesn’t stop us feeling
Prim’e upset.— Minister JOHN HOWARDon Indonesia Supreme Court’s new ruling that Abu Bakar Bashir played no part in the 2002 Bali bombings.
He was up to his neck in it.—’
Bali bombing survivor GLENN COSMAN on cleric Abu Bakar Bashir’s involvement in the terrorist attack.
The continued supply of Australian wheat into this market will be in the longterm interests of Australian wheat
Federa’l growers.— Agricultural Minister PETER McGAURAN, announcing two new wheat exporters following the exclusion of AWB dealings in Iraq.
Putting aside all the politics of it, importantly what we need to do is ensure we never ever face something like that
Aust’ralian again.— Federal Police Commissioner MICK KEELTY after the damning findings of a report into the 2003 Canberra bushfires.
There’s still scars out there,quitedeep scars.— Farmer and Rural Fire Service captain MICK LONNERGEN three years on from the devastating Canberra bushfires.
They must be sharing our grief at the tragic end
IR’EDALE, to search.— this STEPHEN on the searchers who found the body of his 17-year-old son David in the Blue Mountains.
At the end of the day would Australia’s farmers takeadvicefrom Pink?— Treasurer PETER COSTELLO after the pop diva urged US shoppers to boycott Australian wool in a campaign against mulesing.
There could be ala g factor for women working here . . . we hope to God
IAN’ that’s case.— ABC not journalist the ECKERSLEY, on the spate of breast cancer cases which forced the closure of the ABC’s Brisbane studios.