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Mike Sharman
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Highly Esteemed Altruistic Pig Hunting Polyglot
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My cabs arrived
Melbourne, Victoria
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Lots of.pigeon shit
Melbourne, Victoria
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Is that +Miquel Sharmondo 
331 Flinders Ln, Melbourne, Victoria
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Man charged over 'dog abbatoir'


A MELBOURNE man will face court after the discovery of what is believed an abattoir to slaughter dogs and goats for human consumption.
Police raided a Rockbank property yesterday with representatives from the RSPCA, Department of Primary Industries, and Melton Shire Council.
"The other agencies attended the residential address in relation to information about possible wildlife and animal cruelty offences, as well as the alleged production and selling of meat," a police spokeswoman said today.
They discovered several guns, a refrigeration truck and what is believed to be cannabis, she said.
Dozens of animals were reportedly at the property, including goats, chickens, dogs, reptiles, horses, pigs and an emu.
They also reportedly found several goat carcasses hanging on butcher's hooks, and items of butchering equipment.
A 41-year-old Rockbank man will face court at a later date.
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Trying to trick me aye ?
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cool clip for sth east qld'ers

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the boys go fishing in an exotic location lol

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Optus has won a landmark copyright case against the AFL and the NRL, with the Federal Court today granting protection for its TV Now mobile phone and internet broadcast service.

The AFL and the NRL sued Optus in September, claiming the telco's TV Now service breached copyright laws.

TV Now enables subscribers to watch games on a delay as little as two minutes, which the codes say threatens their lucrative exclusive internet distribution deals with Telstra.

Before the decision Telstra warned the outcome could affect its $153 million deal with the AFL.

In a two-day hearing in December, Optus contended the service allows customers to time-shift their viewing, which is allowed under copyright law.

The decision has implications for broadcast rights negotiations for many sports, including motor racing, football, cricket and tennis.


Federal Court Justice Steven Rares has already granted leave for the outcome to be appealed in the High Court
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