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Butterflies attach their eggs to leaves with an almost unbreakable glue, the chemical compounds of which we still do not understand. (Source)
Although those people were perfectly save, I suspect they had a bad day as they plane would have had to undergo safety checks – if only to ensure the tires were still good to go.
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A new government task force in Australia is considering whether to force child sex offenders to undergo chemical castration as a judicial alternative to prison sentencing.
Western Australia and Victoria courts have the authority to mandate libido-reduction treatment for sex offenders who are deemed particularly dangerous while they’re in prison, as part of the conditions of their release.
In New South Wales (NSW), the location of this new task force, convicted child sex offenders can volunteer to undergo the treatment. Read more »
Labour MP Stuart Nash has renewed his call for an inquiry into petrol prices.
He says importer margins have risen to levels that previously prompted concern.
In February, Energy Minister Simon Bridges confirmed he had written to the big five petrol retailers.
He told BP, Mobil, Chevron, Gulf and Z Energy he was “disappointed” that as crude oil prices fell in late 2014, their margins had risen.
He said if they didn’t pass on lower costs to consumers more promptly in future, he would “assess his options”. Read more »