Doctors Call Out ‘Third World Conditions’ At Major Sydney Hospital 06/05/21

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Sixty senior doctors have penned a scathing letter to Health Minister Brad Hazzard calling out “Third World conditions”, “inadequate facilities” and “grossly inadequate non-clinical space” at Canterbury Hospital.

It’s been revealed a terrified Stuart MacGill hid out in a nondescript motel for nearly a week in fear of his life, after allegedly being abducted at gunpoint by members of an alleged crime syndicate.

A mystery COVID case with no obvious links to the border was detected in an eastern suburbs man on Wednesday, sparking the Premier to remind NSW it cannot take its recent virus-free status for granted.

And in sport, the Brisbane Broncos have suffered another hammer blow after young gun Xavier Coates rejected advances from the three Queensland teams to join Melbourne.

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