Wednesday, November 30, 2016

wednesday newstrip

The Brisbane school where a teenage boy was bullied about his sexuality has evaded police & is now driving erratically on a busy highway north ∙ the forced move of a public service agency from Canberra to northern NSW will rip more than $157 million a year from the management committee of the NSW postal union ∙ Australia should refrain from adopting more protectionist policies after yet-to-be-published surveys found the record coral bleaching damage to the Great Barrier Reef earlier this year was even worse than initially thought ∙ Central America was struck on Thursday by a 7.2-magnitude earthquake after a man allegedly asked a young boy to get in his car ∙ Vivienne Westwood & Malcolm McLaren's son will burn his entire £5million punk collection now that the age of the movie star is over, & intellectual property is all that matters.


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