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Easter road toll savours an extra long inning

Home is a warm place, a hearth of fire, flames and bodies gathering to swap stories as they cross into each other's lives. And so, with the fallen and the risen again, the extra long weekend sees ...

Written Friday, 29 April 2011 under Death and Biscuits

Easter road toll rides on the backs of motorbikes

Cement, bitumen, guard rails, trees and the oncoming tonnes of vehicular metal flying down the opposite direction. All natural enemies of the living breathing occupants of cars along the Easter ...

Written Thursday, 8 April 2010 under Death and Biscuits

Easter road toll flips the flaming wrecks back to NSW

Fry away the broken eggs and scrambled legs; New South Wales returns to Easter corpse making form. Upending the body count of 2008, the state showing up last year trying to unlock its doors with a ...

Written Wednesday, 15 April 2009 under Death and Biscuits

Easter road toll 2008 snookers two little ducks

Bunnies, bilbies and bodies, oh my. Crashing is the rightly ritual of the road toll and this year continues that tradition in double deuce fashion. Western Australia, long languishing in the ...

Written Wednesday, 26 March 2008 under Death and Biscuits

Another Good Friday for the metallic egg shooting bunnies and bilbies

Questionable substances riddle the outer linings of Kinder surprise and Fabergé eggs during this, a most severed time of the Christian calendar. Where the case and shells in the time of Easter ...

Written Friday, 6 April 2007 under A Religious Flavour

Easter road toll leaves hole in more than just the heads

Closing out the Easter road toll at a mere twenty one deaths, numbers fall short by six dead on the target set by 2005. Shallow graves in accounting as the stark reality bites home that the end of ...

Written Tuesday, 18 April 2006 under Death and Biscuits

Easter road toll for 2005 bests last year

Despite even the pretence of foul play in working the Easter holiday road toll numbers, 2005 proved to be a smashing success compared to 2004. "Absolutely stunning," say the pundits, car ...

Written Wednesday, 30 March 2005 under Death and Biscuits

Tortoise Finishes Race, Death Not Forthcoming

Following the inspirational double back win of their Sydney Kings, New South Wales have retained their road toll title sending six people to their graves.

Written Tuesday, 13 April 2004 under Death and Biscuits

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