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The full text of Jonghyun’s suicide note

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Dear Cloud’s vocalist Nine9 revealed the late Jonghyun’s painful suicide note on his Instagram on Tuesday (Dec 19). Following is the unofficial English translation of Jonghyun‘s suicide note in Korean. I was broken from the inside. The depression slowly chipped me away, finally devouring me. I could not beat the negativity. I hated myself. Even though […] Entertainment –

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PM's deputy Damian Green investigated over 'suggestive' text

Prime minister Theresa May’s deputy, Damian Green, is to be investigated following an allegation of inappropriate behaviour. Activist Kate Maltby wrote in The Times that he “fleetingly” touched her knee in a pub in 2015, and this year sent her a “suggestive” text message after she posed in a corset for the paper. The Cabinet Secretary is to consider whether he broke the ministerial code. Mr Green has described the claims as “absolutely and completely untrue”. Ms Maltby, a writer and academic some 30 years younger than Mr Green, said…

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Unsent text accepted as dead man's will by Australian court

A court in Australia has accepted an unsent, draft text message on a dead man’s mobile phone as an official will. The 55-year-old man had composed a text message addressed to his brother, in which he gave “all that I have” to his brother and nephew. The message was found in the drafts folder on the man’s phone after he took his own life last year . Brisbane Supreme Court ruled that the wording of the text indicated that the man intended it to act as his will. In the…

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No, that Yes campaign text message was not invasive

Like millions of others, I received an SMS at the weekend from the “Yes” campaign for the marriage ballot. It said: “The Marriage Equality Survey forms have arrived! Help make history and vote YES for a fairer Australia.” The text message sent to thousands of Australians on Saturday have caused “faux” outrage.  These SMSs, which were properly authorised on a site to which the message was linked, have become an issue in themselves, but the outrage that’s been generated is surely faux. Acting Special Minister of State Mathias Cormann on Tuesday said…

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