Indeed, the stories about the names and faces that keep PS ticking along came in thicker and faster than ever. Perhaps it was the result of months of isolation and social distancing? Or a reaction to the increasing artifice of social media, and a desire to know what was really going on? Feedback received from many readers made it clear these pages provided a connection to a world that had been so rudely interrupted by a microscopic virus and the worst mother nature could throw at us. After spending as on-air rivals, ratings battles and breakfast television drama were the last thing on the minds of Deborah Knight , Virginia Trioli and Samantha Armytage when they found themselves caught up in the devastating fires that were wreaking havoc on the South Coast last summer.
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Admittedly some players are just that good physically that they really do save their best football for the NFL. Hype also works the other way too. We also discover a few nuggets of truth during the months of February and March. There are leaks in the media where you discover certain players are higher on boards than expected. Sharrif Floyd is a great example. On tape, he had a pretty good year.
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A cane toad has been found in Sydney raising the alarm that the invasive pest may be spreading farther south. The poisonous pest was found by a shocked resident in Gilchrist Reserve in Bexley North, in Sydney's south, joining several others caught in the city recently. Campbelltown Council warned residents to be on the lookout and avoid contact as the toads can secrete poison that is incredibly lethal to wildlife. A cane toad has been found in Sydney raising the alarm for locals to be cautious and protect their pets. Macquarie University's professor of biology Richard Shine said the cane toad had probably been driven out of its home because of the recent one-in-one-hundred year storm in south-east Queensland and northern New South.