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Qantas chief Alan Joyce ‘to press charges’ over pie incident

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America reaches out to the world, ignoring Trump

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South Korea’s Moon Jae-in sworn in vowing to address North

Nova was the MagPlus that we all wanted to read in the Sixties because every issue brought something new and relevant to our lives: extraordinary fashion by Molly Parkin; innovative layouts and photographs by Harri Peccinotti; articles about the Pill and our new sexual freedom and a different take on beauty, fashion and celebrity - for one incredibly complicated story, we revamped the Queen. Our editor, Dennis Hackett, always thought outside the box a
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