The Mercury, May 1, 1996

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In Loving Memory - Dead: Mum Nanette, Madeline Grace, age 3, and little Alannah, 6, who tried to run away

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'My whole life's been erased' [Walter Mikac] Terror of a human sheild [Peter Crosswell] Toll rises to 35

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Paramedics endured 14 hours with death

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Peace shattered in our special island Bloody Sunday: never to be forgotten

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Assault weapons will be outlawed - State political parties agree on firearms controls Benneworth gives up the gun battle Brown queries extent of gun lobby resources Violent TV programs off End for gun ads Doorknock postponed

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Leaders call for unity in our darkest hour Hobart flights packed with relatives, friends MLCs express their sorrow

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A minute for the victims Candles light the vigil

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Peninsula plan to pour out the grief Benefit from a bitter experience Tourist support is urged Business responds to appeal

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Man faces murder charge at hospital hearing

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Editorial: Don't heed shooters Letters to the Editor

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A tragedy in two acts

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Mourners pay their respects

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Semi-automatic killing weapons over the counter in Tasmania Tough gun curbs may be hit by wall of red tape

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