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To: Paul Coopmans <>
Subject: safety ...
From: nivenmccrie <>
Date: Sun, 08 Jun 2003 09:18:01 +0900
Hi all
Just a note to suggest that things in Darwin are not as bad as this 
paints them. I can't give stats but "almost all interstate vehicles 
left unattended" [are broken into], is a lot like some of the NT 
crocodile stories (police officers are as entitled to exaggeration as 
anyone else). My advice is that in Darwin, like elsewhere, take 
sensible precautions such as not leaving valuables in a vehicle, and 
certainly not leaving things of value visible if there is no option 
than that they be left in the vehicle.
Happy birding

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