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Here are the Gladstone exposure sites. I tried to bring you the list directly from the website but I can’t find this information online.
Either it isn’t there yet or it’s somewhere that takes longer than 10 minutes of googling to find. Either way, not a brilliant look for a state in the middle of a Covid-19 crisis.
#BREAKING Gladstone COVID-19 exposure sites have been revealed.
If you have attended the venues below on the following dates or you have any symptoms please get tested immediately. @9NewsCentralQld @9NewsQueensland #9News | Weeknights from 5:30pm pic.twitter.com/jnlIbW4avo
Adelaide radio veteran Jeremy Cordeaux OAM has been sacked by Nova for saying Brittany Higgins was a “silly little girl who got drunk” on his breakfast show on Saturday.
I just ask myself why the prime minister doesn’t call it out for what it is – a silly little girl who got drunk …
If this girl has been raped, why hasn’t the guy who raped her been arrested? Apparently, everyone knows his name. Security, you know, should never have let these two into the minister’s office at two o’clock in the morning. Never.
I cannot bring myself to link to any stories re Jeremy Cordeaux’s vile comments about Brittany Higgins.
But when a creepy old man in his 80s starts talking about slapping the bottom of a 26yo woman…
Meanwhile upskirter @AndrewLamingMP says he wants privacy.
God help us all.
Without reservation whatsoever, FIVEaa and Nova Entertainment sincerely apologise to Brittany Higgins for the comments made by Jeremy Cordeaux’s weekend breakfast show on Saturday morning.
We acknowledge that the comments were completely inappropriate and offensive.
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