Wednesday, December 09, 2015

wednesday newstrip

National Australia Bank chief executive says the lender will improve its return on equity following the discovery of the severed head of a pig dumped in a toilet near a mosque at the University of Western Australia ∙ thanks to the help of gravitational lensing first proposed by Albert Einstein as part of his General Theory of Relativity, the retail sale of raw apricot kernels is prohibited from today ∙a survivor has told a royal commission he overheard Cardinal George Pell joking about paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale "rooting boys again" more than a decade before Ridsdale was convicted of multiple counts of child sexual abuse ∙ convoys of cars honked their horns throughout the night & dancers moved to salsa beats blaring out of speakers stacked in plazas under the moonlight after New Zealand was named the most ignorant developed country in the world.

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