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Oxford Dictionary on Rabbit – quote = a poor performer at any time !

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Off-roading with rules for our New Normal
In you’re dreams. You would have to equip everyone with bolt cutters in Central Australia!


Tourism smaller but better, pollies must talk to the people
All the retirees now live on the Sunshine Coast, and if tourism diminishes every time someone catches a cold, it will soon be dead and buried too.


COVID: Trouble in the bush
I thought the whole concept of living on your own land and owning it was to revive your original lifestyle of being part of it and not being dependent on everyone else.


Gunner the statesman short on facts for Centre
Take the easy way, not the right way, seems to be the order of the day.
So lock everybody and everything away instead of isolating only those that need to be after being tested as positive.
Kill the economy for lack of a bit of commonsense.
After all, they’ll still have their jobs at the end of it!


Pastoralist finds alive the second of the three missing
No wonder people die out there.
Obviously some or maybe all involved in this saga know very little about the area concerned in this drama.
We now know the the vehicle was bogged in the Finke (not Hugh river) on Henbury Station way south of the search area.
Never rely on others to rescue you if they have to guess where you are.
All travellers going off road should have the common sense to realise unless you carry a PLB (personal locator beacon) and you get stuck for whatever reason, there’s a very good chance you won’t survive. No second chances out here, even if YOU know where you are. $250 is good insurance.


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