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May 20, 1977
The return of the scientologists — The Age (Australia)
May 19, 1977
Scientology big: Claim — The Herald (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Geoff Easdown
Source: The Herald (Australia)
By Herald reporter Geoff Easdown who was tested today by Mrs Elaine Allen, Victoria's first registered minister of the Church of Scientology. Scientology is operating in a bigger way than before it was banned in 1965, its first officially recognised minister in Victoria claimed today. Controversial files are still kept on those who seek counselling from its ministers. The controversial E-meter is again in use. At the Church of Scientology, 724 Inkerman Rd., Caulfield, I was given an E-meter test today ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Apr 28, 1973
Religion on the march // Scientology's new reverence — Nation Review (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): John May
Source: Nation Review (Australia)
ONE OF the federal Labor government's many decisions in the past four months — recognition of scientology as a religion — has passed with little, if any, coverage by the Australian press. However, the move has been more than popular with the nation's 3000 active scientologists and has received rave reviews in the movement's press, both here and overseas. The government's proclamation, gazetted on february 15, recognised as celebrants of marriage fiftyfive religious bodies, including the Church of the New Faith ...
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Apr 15, 1973
Scientology plans a big comeback — The Melbourne Observer (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: 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 ...
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Mar 14, 1973
Murphy: not our function to decide on true religion — The Australian
Type: Press
Source: 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 ...
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Feb 23, 1973
A happy apostle of the New Faith — The Australian
Feb 15, 1973
PROCLAMATION — Commonwealth Gazette (Australia)
Feb 13, 1973
Religious status for scientology — The West Australian
Feb 1, 1973
Murphy gives church power to marry — The Australian
Jan 20, 1973
Scientology comeback under new name — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Sep 4, 1972
Scientology: really it's just like another nickel prospect — The National Times (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Don Aitkin
Source: The National Times (Australia)
Labor's Senate leader, Lionel Murphy, seems to have alarmed a few people in declaring that a Labor Government would recognise the Scientology Church of the New Faith. The alarm is unfounded, or at least no more founded than a similar scare would be if it were learned that Labor would recognise the Church of the Immaculate Whatever. It is not simply that in these matters the Federal Government's writ extends only to Canberra and its environs and the Northern Territory. It ...
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Aug 28, 1972
'No faith' in beliefs of group — The Canberra Times (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: The Canberra Times (Australia)
The Senate Opposition leader, Senator Murphy, who committed last week a Labor government to recognition of the Church of the New Faith (Scientology) said tonight that he did not agree with the church's beliefs. "I wish to make it quite clear that I have expressed no approval or endorsement of the beliefs of the Church of the New Faith, founded by people who call themselves scientologists," he said. "However, I am concerned that principles of freedom of religion be upheld." The ...
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Aug 28, 1972
Scientology comes back as a religion — The Australian
Type: Press
Source: The Australian
SCIENTOLOGY was banned in Victoria after an exhaustive 160-day inquiry in 1963-64, which yielded four million words of evidence. It was later banned in South Australia and Western Australia, and appeared on the decline. But South Australia has now decided to repeal its ban, and the Federal Opposition leader in the Senate, Senator Lionel Murphy, QC, says a Federal Labor Government would recognise the Scientology Church of the New Faith. Members of the Church of the New Faith intend to fight ...
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Aug 25, 1972
Labor all clear on Scientology — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: 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 ...
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Aug 25, 1972
Scientology law repeal planned — The Advertiser (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: The Advertiser (Australia)
The Government will legislate during the present session of Parliament to repeal the prohibition against the practice of scientology in SA. The Attorney-General (Mr. King) said yesterday the legislation would provide for a system of registration of psychologists. The Scientology Prohibition Act was accented to in 1969 while the Hall Government was in office. The legislation had been the subject of an investigation by a select committee of the Legislative Council. In the Assembly yesterday, Mr. King said the Government's attitude ...
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Aug 25, 1972
Scientology makes a comeback // Labor leaders pledge action to give the cult legal recognition — The Australian
Type: Press
Source: The Australian
TWO A.L.P. leaders yesterday came out in support of the Scientology Church of the New Faith. The party's Senate Leader, Senator Lionel Murphy, committed a Labor Government would recognise the church and South Australia announced it would repeal its ban on the church. Senator Murphy said a Labor Government would recognise he church in exactly the same way as any other religion. Under the Constitution, all religions were entitled to equal treatment. The Australian vice-president of the church, the Reverend T. ...
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