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Boy found with octopus stuck in throat has been discharged from hospital


Wichita police say a 2-year-old boy United Nations agency had AN octopus stuck in his throat is out of the hospital, and prosecutors area unit mulling whether or not charges area unit due. Sedgwick County District Attorney’s workplace interpreter Dan Dillon says police bestowed their case to prosecutors Friday. He says the case is “under thought,” although it’s unclear however quickly prosecutors would possibly decide the matter. The boy, United Nations agency was brought in to the hospital on Tuesday night, has been upgraded to physical fitness, is in “a terribly delicate situation” and shows no immediate symptoms of long…

Swn Festival


A last minute invite, from the gracious Jayne Rowlands, to attend the BBC Horizons/ Swn pageant press launch at Clwb Ifor Bach on weekday meant that I had to urgently cram on all those artists on the brink of descend on capital over the weekend so as to plan a certain route map for crisscrossing the capital and catching as several of the leading acts as I probably might. I marked the list right down to twenty eight should see artists and, armed with a downloadable itinerary for every of the festival’s 9 venues, set concerning making a strategic campaign…

Australians protest against capital city contentious nightlife laws


While many of us in Melbourne, Australia slept in when the city’s all-night art event, White Night, residents of state capital took to the streets to fight for the proper to remain out all night. More than fifteen,000 people, consistent with cluster Keep state capital Open, converged in Sydney’sheart to require a stand against the state’s debatable resistance laws on Sunday afternoon. The resistance laws were introduced in 2014 by the New South Wales government to curb Sydney’s alleged alcohol-fuelled violence downside. The laws veto patrons from coming into licenced venueswhen 1:30 a.m. and serving alcohol when three a.m. Opponents…