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Mandy Nolan’s Soapbox: Killer Crocs!

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More money for Byron Shire roads and bridges

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Sapoty Brook, Main Arm

I’ve heard that the pandemic drains blood supplies, so it makes sense for us to build our stock now. Who knows, you might even get your own blood back!

To give blood at the Cavanbah Centre you can make a booking: donateblood.com.au or phone 131495. March 16 and 17 are the next blood donation days.


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1 COMMENT

  1. Sapoty: “I’ve heard that the pandemic drains blood supplies […]”

    Your (credible) source/s, please? (Not just a “they say”.)

    There’s more than enough half-baked hearsay doing the rounds, so if you can’t or won’t quote and credit credible sources you’re merely scaremongering – and there’s too much of that already.

    Why have Australians denuded the supermarket shelves of bum fodder? Because there’s too much unsubstantiated shit being promulgated by the crap mainstream media and conspiracy theorists, and that shit has to be wiped off with something.

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