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aph.gov.au, aph.gov.au, Nice compendium @ OCMB Dec 14, 2009 Scientology has been Gaming the New York Times Best Seller list
Nov 18, 2009 Australian News Coverage [A useful collection of TV media items re. Australian Senator Nick Xenophon] — XenuTV
Apr 25, 2002 Scientology Church fights Google — BBC News
The Church of Scientology has taken its long-running battle against the distribution of its material on internet sites - especially sites critical of the church - to Google, one of the most popular search sites on the internet. Google catalogues more than two billion pages on the internet, but cyber civil libertarians cried foul when the site removed links to a website called Operation Clambake, due to a legal challenge from the Church of Scientology. The Operation Clambake site portrays the ...
Jan 1, 2002 Clear Expansion Committee Directory 2002 — Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization (CSFSO)
Feb 7, 1999 Scientology Pals Kicked In $50,000 Toward U.N.'s Big Elephant Statue — New York Observer More:
link Jul 31, 1991 [Advertisement] I am a Scientologist — USA Today
May 20, 1977 The return of the scientologists — The Age (Australia)
Jul 21, 1976 A Questionable Religion — Catalyst (Australia)
Dec 7, 1973 Privy Council turns down scientologist — The Age (Australia)
Apr 15, 1973 Scientology plans a big comeback — The Melbourne Observer (Australia)
The Melbourne Observer (Australia)
SCIENTOLOGY - the mystery-shrouded religion that came under intense official attack in Victoria - has launched a massive comeback campaign. The faith's leader, L. Ron Hubbard, has ordered wide-scale expansion throughout Australia. He has told his Australian followers: "There's no reason not to create a wildfire expansion in Australia now. "Disseminate more. Train more. Audit more." The Observer has obtained some of the personal letters and orders which Hubbard has issued to his Australian officials. They clearly indicate the faith's determination ... Mar 14, 1973 Murphy: not our function to decide on true religion — The Australian
THE Federal Attorney-General, Senator Murphy, said yesterday he thought requirements on the Government to recognise religious bodies should be dropped. He told the Senate he thought the system was "bad" and "unhealthy," and the relevant clauses should be taken off the statute books. The former Attorney-General, Senator Ivor Greenwood (Lib, Vic) asked if Senator Murphy was aware of a report on the practice of Scientology, prepared by Mr K. Anderson, QC, now a judge of the Victorian Supreme Court. He said ...
Aug 25, 1972 Labor all clear on Scientology — The Age (Australia)
The Age (Australia)
CANBERRA. — A Labor Government would recognise Scientology, the Church of the New Faith, the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Murphy) said yesterday. The church for instance would have powers to conduct marriage ceremonies under Commonwealth law, Senator Murphy said. "Under the constitution, all religions are entitled to equal treatment," he said. "Whether churches are big or small, orthodox or unorthodox, they are intitled to equal treatment." The South Australian Government will legislate during the present session of ...
Dec 21, 1971 Harassed scientologists cry 'fascist' — The Australian
Sep 28, 1971 Judge is sued — The Canberra Times (Australia)
May 19, 1971 Scientologists 'poorly advised' — The Canberra Times (Australia)
The Canberra Times (Australia)
MELBOURNE, Tuesday. - The Hubbard Association of Scientologists International had been "poorly advised" during and immediately after the 1964-65 inquiry into Scientology, a Supreme Court judge was told today. The allegation was made by an association agent, Mr Ian Kenneth Tampion. In a written submission put to Mr Justice McInerney in the Practice Court he said the Scientologists had developed "a mistrust of the legal profession in Victoria". He said an example of the poor advice given had been the suggestion ...
Oct 10, 1970 Those Mind Benders Called Scientologists — The Mercury (Australia)
Apr 29, 1970 Scientologists suing judges — The Age (Australia) More: news.google.com
The Age (Australia)
Two Mebourne judges are being sued by the International Association of Scientologists over the 1964-65 inquiry into Scientology in Victoria. The scientologists claim that the board was biased against them and went beyond its proper terms of reference. A Supreme Court writ was lodged yesterday by the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International, c/o Manchester St. Hawthorn, against Kevin Victor Anderson, of Dorrington Ave., Glen Iris, and Gordon Just, of Corby St., North Balwyn. Mr. Justice Anderson is on the Bench of ...
Apr 28, 1970 Damages claim by Scientologists — The Canberra Times (Australia)
The Canberra Times (Australia)
MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — A Supreme Court writ seeking damages from a Supreme Court judge and a County Court judge over the Victorian Scientology inquiry was taken out yesterday by the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International. The judges are Mr Justice Kevin Victor Anderson, who was appointed the board of inquiry into Scientology on November 27, 1963; and Judge Gordon Just, who was counsel assisting the board. Both were practising barristers at the time of their appointments. The writ, which embraces 157 ...
Sep 18, 1968 50 Books Of Cult Seized; Damages Claim — The Advertiser (Australia)
Sep 11, 1968 Victorian Report On Scientology — The Advertiser (Australia)
Jul 28, 1968 Scientology: Sex, hypnotism and security checks — Sunday Mirror (UK) More: link
Sunday Mirror (UK)
"SCIENTOLOGY is evil; its techniques evil; its practice a serious threat to the community, medically, morally and socially; and its adherents sadly deluded and often mentally ill. "It's founder is Lafayette Ron Hubbard, an American . . . who falsely claims academic and other distinctions, and whose sanity is to be gravely doubted." While the British authorities hummed and hawed, an official inquiry in Victoria, Australia, in 1965 condemned Hubbard and his organisation in these unmistakable terms. Intimate It branded Hubbard ...
Jun 29, 1968 Scientology based in W.A. - MacKinnon — The West Australian
The West Australian
Health Minister MacKinnon said yesterday that talks at the conference of Federal and State health ministers in Darwin had confirmed his belief that W.A. was becoming the stronghold for the scientology cult in Australia. He would discuss the problem with Police Minister Craig and Justice Minister Griffith because legal aspects did not come under his portfolio. He was concerned only with the mental health aspect of the cult. Mr MacKinnon, who had arrived from Darwin said scientology had been discussed at ...
Feb 15, 1967 Group in move to lift ban — Herald (Australia)
Mar 10, 1966 Outlawed, but active — Courier Mail (Australia)
Courier Mail (Australia)
A BRISBANE woman has received a Scientology publication by mail from Melbourne. It is post-marked "Russell Street." The Victorian Attorney-General (Mr. A. G. Rylah) said earlier this week Scientology literature was being mailed into Victoria from London. The movement was banned in Victoria last December. Mr. K. V. Anderson, Q.C., reported that it was a perverted and dangerous form of psychology. The copy of "Communication" mailed from Russell Street to the Brisbane woman this week is the January issue and is ...
Dec 23, 1965 Hunt for hidden scientology files — The Australian
Dec 22, 1965 Scientologists burn papers during raid — The Australian
Dec 22, 1965 Scientology files seized in raid — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Dec 22, 1965 Scientology files to be examined — Herald (Australia)
Nov 9, 1965 Scientology to be outlawed in Victoria — Canberra Times (Australia)
Canberra Times (Australia)
MELBOURNE, Monday. — The Victorian State Cabinet approved today a Bill designed to outlaw Scientology in Victoria. Notice of the Bill will be given in the Legislative Assembly tomorrow and it will be explained fully on Wednesday. The Chief Secretary, Mr Rylah, said after the Cabinet meeting that the Bill followed generally the recommendations on Scientology by Mr K. Anderson, QC, who was set up as a board of inquiry to investigate Scientology. The Bill will be passed by Parliament before ...
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