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March 5, 2013 | by  | in News | [ssba]

Headlines that Weren’t

Sky City not actually city in the sky, auditor general report shows.

Rebecca Black teams up with Joseph Kony in desperate bid for relevancy.

“It’s too hot”: Second fine spell dissapoints Wellington residents.

Academy Awards Gossip and Rumour rife in Syria as Oscars approach.

A Bold New World: Wellingtonian tweets about both weather and coffee.

Ratings surge for menu screen as viewers turn off seven sharp: “More substance” viewers say.

Uh-oh: Research discovers it’s still to soon for Norway shooting jokes – Virginia Tech “probably okay”.

Pat Walsh resigns” “I was just sort of winging it” admits outgoing vice-chancellor.

Oscar Pistorius does harlem shake with asteriod shower; wins internet.

‘Cardinal sin is not an instruction’ Vatican discovers.


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