Web Whoops: One of these things is just like the other….

Check out the huge similarities between Stuff.co.nz’s report on Anna Guy’s 60 Minutes interview and the one on 3News.co.nz:

(Note: 3 News.co.nz had the original story)

3 News:

Ms Guy was married to Macdonald for 10 years and has four children with him. But she says despite a lengthy relationship, their marriage was full of secrets and lies.

Stuff:

Guy was married to Macdonald for 10 years, but she says despite a lengthy relationship, their marriage was full of secrets and lies.

3 News:

Among Macdonald’s separate ventures were a series of illegal “missions” with farmhand Callum Boe.

Stuff:

Among Macdonald’s separate ventures were a series of illegal “missions” with farmhand Callum Boe.

3 News:

Two of the crimes were targeted at Scott and his wife Kylee who were settling down on the family farm.

Stuff:

Two of the crimes were targeted at Scott and his wife, Kylee, who were settling down on the family farm.

3 News:

Macdonald burnt down an old farmhouse on the back of removal trucks at the site where Scott and Kylee’s new house would be built

Stuff:

Macdonald burnt down an old farmhouse on the back of removal trucks at the site where Scott and Kylee’s new house would be built.

3 News:

Then, once the new house had been completed, Macdonald took to it with an axe, causing thousands of dollars in damage. He then painted obscene messages on the exterior targeted at Kylee.

Stuff:

Then, once the new house had been completed, Macdonald took to it with an axe, causing thousands of dollars in damage. He then painted obscene messages on the exterior, targeted at Kylee.

3 News:

Macdonald also poached deer on a nearby farm and upon being caught, sought revenge by burning down an historic farm lodge, hammering 19 calves to death and emptying 16,000 litres of milk.

Stuff:

Macdonald also poached deer on a nearby farm and upon being caught, sought revenge by burning down a historic farm lodge, hammering 19 calves to death and emptying 16,000 litres of milk.

3 News:

Macdonald was sentenced to five years in prison earlier this month for his part in the crimes.

Stuff:

Macdonald was sentenced to five years in prison last month for his part in the crimes.


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TV3 has Bathurst covered this weekend


CRC MOTORSPORT: V8 SUPERCARS RD 11 SUPERCHEAP AUTO BATHURST 1000
Sunday, October 7th from 10am

This week 3 proudly presents LIVE coverage of the biggest annual motorsport race in the southern hemisphere. CRC Motorsport: V8 Supercars Rd 11 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 screens LIVE from 10am on Sunday, October 7th on 3. The race will take a five minute break at 6pm for a special reduced 3 News bulletin, after which we will return LIVE to the race at 6:05pm.

The Bathurst 1000 is a 1000 kilometre touring car race held annually at Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia.

The race traces its lineage back to a production car race held at Phillip Island in 1960, called the Armstrong 500. Since then 51 races have taken place under the combined history of two events at two venues in two states. It is known among fans and broadcasters as “The Great Race”, and is widely regarded as the pinnacle of Australasian motorsport.

The winners of the race receive the Peter Brock Trophy, inaugurated at the 2006 race in honour of Peter Brock who, with nine Bathurst victories, remains the most successful driver in the history of the race. Since 2000, the race has been run exclusively for V8 Supercars and is now a round of the V8 Supercar Championship Series.

Make sure to join hosts Shaun Summerfield, Mark Pedersen and Andy Booth for the Melbourne Cup of motor racing when CRC Motorsport: V8 Supercars Rd 11 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 screens LIVE from 10am on Sunday, October 7th on 3.