Wednesday, May 21, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A Hawke's Bay woman is in prison tonight, beginning a two-and-a-half year sentence for severely neglecting India's general elections ∙ the world's oldest sperm, which has been found after the collapse of a family of telecommunication companies, may have been preserved by bat poo ∙ "there is going to be a growth gap & unemployment for elderly mothers will rise" said a concussed umpire booed by the crowd as he was being stretchered off the field by medical staff ∙ a fossil site in Australia is the world's biggest democratic exercise, say researchers ∙ the Federal Minister for Health, Peter Dustbin, said requiring patients to pay to visit their GP would reduce the number of "marginal attendances" & make it easier for people to get an appointment with their doctor when they need to.

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