Meanwhile over at the Canberra Times, they had just one job…

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Future archivists and historians will, without doubt, be deeply confused by yesterday’s Canberra Times, proudly dated 2013 on the front page.

While not quite up there with the now legendary Financial Review cover of April it’s good to see the local daily giving rarity collectors something to work with.

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  1. And the front page story was a total beat-up as well. The paper recycled old stats about dog attacks then used a scary stock pic lifted off the Net to illustrate it. Really fellas, we know there are slow news days but in future could you please be a bit more discreet about it?

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