Friday 06 October 1995
Promiscuous kangaroos, with the news that the Sydney-based Cooperative Research Centre for the Conservation and Management of Marsupials hopes to have developed a contraceptive pill for kangaroos within five years.
a bad day for:
Rex Dawkins, a New Zealander who a year ago invested nearly pounds 200 in a set of car number plates that read OJGILT. "I don't think they've got a lot of value now," he said. "Unless there's a retrial."
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