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Alcohol Concentration in Wine

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February 27, 2014

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Many people who are charged with drink-driving offences claim that they thought they would have been under the limit. Aside from simply making an assessment about "how intoxicated they feel", the most common way people try and judge whether they are in fact fit to drive is by "counting drinks". This all dates back to advertising campaigns some decades ago about how many drinks you can consume and still stay under the limit.  In fact, you can still sometimes find pamphlets or signs suggesting that you can have a certain number […]


The trial of Simon Gittany for the murder of his partner Lisa Harnum

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February 17, 2014

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The trial of Simon Gittany for the murder of his partner Lisa Harnum captured the attention of the media in Sydney in a way few other matters have recently. This was due, in no small part, to the dramatic nature of Miss Harnum’s death. She died after being thrown from the balcony of their 15 storey apartment in the Sydney CBD. The Crown case rested upon a number of pieces of evidence. The most compelling of those was the fact that Mr Gittany had clearly had a fight with Miss Harnum […]

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