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A truly useless machine MP3

Canadian Brett Coulthard builds and sells machines that are deliberately redundant. Source: abc.net.au

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  • Toxic sugar

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  • Current affairs documentary: needle exchange in prisons

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  • Latest headlines: James Carleton

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  • Electricity generators: Greg Hunt

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