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1970s SA Highways Department 'Children' sign

RS 1990 has added a photo to the pool:

1970s SA Highways Department 'Children' sign

DOM: 1/76 (January 1976)
Credit: Head Tony Weckert

1970s SA Highways Department 'Children' sign

RS 1990 has added a photo to the pool:

1970s SA Highways Department 'Children' sign

DOM: 1/76 (January 1976)
Credit: Head Tony Weckert

Comic for September 24, 2020

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Elon Musk wants his money back, Volvo, Ford, Mercedes also pile in

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