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Mixed feelings
Rugby league fan told yesterday of how thrilled he was to again watch live NRL competition on television last weekend. But he was reluctant to discuss the results. He surely must be either a Melbourne Storm or Broncos fan.
Right balance
Whatever argument the Government takes to Parliament this week about the future of the State of Emergency, it must strike the right balance between our health and economic survival.
Immune to Covid-19
From a reader: Are rugby league players immune to the Covid-19? They were breaking all the health and hygiene rules last weekend.
Debate on 69
Just because you are right does not mean I am wrong. You just have not seen life on my side.
No bags
Colleague was dumfounded when told by the cashier at a major supermarket in Port Moresby after paying for all the grocery and food that they did not have any shopping bags. He was last seen carrying cartons of groceries to his car, swearing.
Setting example
Everyone attending the Commission of Inquiry into the Union Bank of Switzerland K3bil loan deal is required to wear a mask, use the hand sanitiser and observe social distancing in the seating arrangement.
Social distancing
The group of students visiting the Government Printing Office last week was told to practise social distancing, have their body temperature taken, and to use the hand sanitisers. Important lessons.
Monkey business
Police are looking for a troop of monkeys in India who attacked a laboratory technician at the campus of a state medical college neat Lucknow city, Uttar Pradesh and stole blood samples for the Covid-19 patients.
Top quote
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” – Bernard M. Baruch

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