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From the Archives: Manhunt for bomb hoaxer terrorising three states

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
In 1984, a series of bomb threats were received ranging from Brisbane to Melbourne. Police held grave fears for the public as schools, companies, politicians and the media were all targeted.
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