The call from Victoria police dispatch comes about 11 p.m.: woman with a weapon threatening staff at Gorge Road Hospital. Acting Sgt. Peter Lane responds along with a second police vehicle, roof lights ablaze. Dispatch provides further details; Lane heaves a sigh and eases off the accelerator.
CHARLES GILLIS’S ARTICLE about the alleged reduction in world food supply (“Why your grocery bill is about to hurt,” March 10) honours the long line of Malthusian predictions in its alarmism. Sorry, but it’s wrong. According to UN data, food availability has improved dramatically over the past four decades.
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