COAG's summit lifts gaze toward royal ascent

COAG's summit lifts gaze toward royal ascent

Perth : Australia | Jul 24, 2012 at 2:51 PM PDT
Source: The Age
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Date July 25, 2012 3 reading now 13 Read later The rules which govern who can be King or Queen will be on the list of topics discussed when Prime Minister Julia Gillard meets with premiers and chief ministers at a meeting of the Council of Australian Governments today. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
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