NewsNet – 03.06.2075

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Saeder Krupp released a statement thanking for all the volunteers that took part in the search for the Eichinger family. The family is recovering and mourning the loss of their youngest daughter, whom was killed in the incident. Donations for the family are being accepted through the S-K SaederKares program.

Wuxing and Mærsk investigators have completed the investigation into the explosion aboard the Kamilla Mærsk. The Perth Port Authority has authorized limited number of salvage permits that will be issued on a first come, first serve basis. Unauthorized salvage will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the Law.

An explosion rocked a construction site in North Coogee that killed 27 workers. Halifax Construction was fined 200,000¥ for the careless storage and transportation of commercial explosives. The company has yet to make a public statement.

A natural gas line exploded in a scrapyard near the Hilton neighborhood. The scrapyard, operated by B&E Wreckers, was demolished in the blast. Luckily, there were no casualties. B&E Wreckers could not be reached for comment.

The Singapore Slings are reporting that their star player, Banyat Chao, suffered an injury off the field. Details are currently limited, but the team spokesperson acknowledged that Choa had lost his left leg in an industrial accident.

Combat biking sensation Marku Natelli announced that he will be taking part in this year’s Australian Motocross Championship (Brought to you by Saeder Krupp). The grueling endurance race takes racers through the dangerous and unpredictable Outback. The racers will leave Brisbane on March 15 at 8am. The route this year is close to 10,000 kilometers and will take the racers west to Perth, then North to Darwin and ending in Sidney.

The 7 day forecast for this week in Perth is sunny. By the forcasts models, it looks like we are going to be in for a dry spell. Highs are expected to be low to mid 80s°F and lows at mid 60s°F.

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  1. <Catalyst> ahhhh… drek. That’s a lot of collateral damage. It seemed to make sense at the time. Makes our cover story more believable and destroys any physical evidence we may have left near the scene. Wait… we didn’t check for cameras. Holy hot nova drek! Oh nice, Natelli is going to be in the motocross, wait, drek, I gotta tell the group!

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