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Imogen Cann, 3, left, Amalia Cann, 5, and Tess Shanahan, 3, play on he trampoline at Tidbinbilla Station during the family visit. Photo: Richard Briggs
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Many of philanthropist and National Trust ACT life member John Gale's collectibles and items of furniture will be sold under the hammer. ...
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