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Pacific castaway confesses he didn’t raise a single penny for charity

A fisherman who spent thirteen months in the Pacific has admitted that his last memory of leaving his home port was a nagging thought that he’d forgotten something, which after two months at sea he finally realised was sponsorship.

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Posted: Feb 6th, 2014
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Top Gear controversy escalates as ‘deeply inoffensive’ off-air comments revealed

new Stig actually from just outside Acapulco Top Gear have apologised in a written statement signed by all three presenters and producers after supposedly ‘off air’ comments made during the segue from studio broadcasting to feature were transmitted live.

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Posted: Feb 2nd, 2011
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WHO apologises after accidentally turning up flu alert to 7.5

Officials at the World Health Organisation have apologised after a technician accidentally turned up the swine flu alert level to 7.5, killing 90 million people in the process. The incident happened on Sunday, when two IT engineers undertook essential maintainance; one of the men ‘noticed that the dial went up to 11, and wondered what would happen if they cranked it up a bit.’

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Posted: Jun 8th, 2009
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