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Warning on bogus sydney water salesmen in Sydney? “Why are they here?” – An early look at the truth behind Sydney water cuts The story behind Sydney water cuts

AUSTRALIAN NEWSPAPER’S COVER STORY “CITY OF TRUCKS”, July 2007, page 12

On April 14, 2000, the Sydney Morning Herald, headlined “Crowd Of Tradesmen Set To Be Fired”, reported the story that followed – an “urban legend” that the trucks were 화천출장샵 화천출장안마working at the time in order to stop people from cutting back their lawns. But there was no such story to be found. Not one trucking company in Sydney had a “town hall” at Sydney Airport. No one knew that the trucks were in fact to prevent them from cutting in that direction. The story also did not tell us that the reason for the city’s sudden 온카지노sudden move to cutting back lawns on the Sydney Harbour Bridge was because the trucks in question were in a hurry for the next ferry flight to and from Sydney Airport. The story was a story that many citizens would not have known about if the drivers and staff on board had said so. One of the reporters on the story who worked at the time was Andrew Cawley, who was at the end o슬롯 머신f his 12-year stint on air when he was fired. He has now retired. The Herald and Daily Mail, which had the story at the time, printed stories saying that the drivers’ union wanted to “stop the buses from cutting in that direction” and had “sick children”. It was not until the Sydney Morning Herald wrote an editorial saying that it was “not credible” that it was accurate that people were going to have to “cut back on their lawns to save the day”, that those stories appeared. It was an editorial that went on to explain that the “story is so out of date, it is not really a story at all”. The Sydney Morning Herald would do the public service and put the story to bed. What was going on in Sydney that day? Well, first off, the drivers were not “cutters”. There were many ways in which they could have cut, from blowing their horn to blowing their horns at cars, to not cutting in the correct direction at all. For whatever reasons, at least one person chose not to cut off lawns. And in that case, people cut it back in their city with a trucker’s axe, not with the truck. The story about the drivers was not true. But, no, it was not credible