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SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 2011 THE SUN-HERALD

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Packets of Nurofen Plus in Australia have not been affected by the tampering that sparked a massive recall in Britain, the company says. Thousands of packets of Nurofen Plus have been recalled in Britain after anti-psychotic drugs were discovered in some batches. The company has not ruled out sabotage after individual blister packs of another drug, Seroquel XL 50mg, were found in some Nurofen Plus boxes. ‘‘Australia does not share any Nurofen Plus packs with the UK,’’ Phil Barry, global medical director for Nurofen Plus, said in a statement. ‘‘All Nurofen adult pain medication cartons sold in Australia ... have a tamper-proof safety seal.’’ AAP

Four men charged over armed robberies on pubs in Sydney and Newcastle, allegedly committed during seven months, faced Parramatta Local Court yesterday. Roselands man Essa Houri, 20, and his brother Mousa, 22, were charged with armed robbery and refused bail. Mohamed Kouzi, 19, from Kingsgrove was charged with armed robbery and was granted bail. Shadi Salameh, 18, also from Kingsgrove, was charged with armed robbery and possession of a Taser. He did not apply for bail. They were arrested over alleged robberies at the Cedars Tavern and Greenacre Hotel in Sydney and the BullNBush Hotel north of Newcastle. Rebecca Richardson

A convoy of six armoured cars that could be carrying fugitive Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has reportedly crossed from Libya into Algeria. Six armoured Mercedes entered the border town of Ghadames on Friday morning, the official Egyptian news agency MENA said, quoting a source in the town. The report could not be confirmed by Algerian or Libyan sources. Colonel Gaddafi has been on the run since rebels took the Libyan capital, Tripoli, last week. Algeria declined to recognise the rebels’ National Transitional Council on Friday, insisting it would adhere to a policy of ‘‘strict neutrality’’. AFP

The search for Daniel Morcombe’s remains has been suspended again because of wet weather. The search has been hampered by rain in recent days, which has made bushland at Beerwah on the Sunshine Coast too muddy to scour. Searchers have so far found two shoes, matching the brand that 13-year-old Daniel was wearing when he was last seen alive in 2003. They have also found three bones, which are being examined. The search was sparked by the arrest of Brett Peter Cowan, 41, who remains in custody charged with Daniel’s murder. The scene will continue to be guarded by police. AAP

Two thousand bushwalkers have trekked 100 kilometres through Sydney’s north to raise money for charity. The Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney challenge started at Brooklyn on Friday with 500 teams of four bushwalkers each trudging through the night to reach the end of the trail at Mosman. Most of them were expected to arrive between midday and 6pm yesterday, walk manager Andy Mein said. ‘‘Walking 100 kilometres in 48 hours is challenging enough, but walking in darkness on a bush trail pushes the boundaries and is an extraordinary feat,’’ Mr Mein said. More than $2.8 million in donations has been pledged, with more sought to help those living in poverty. AAP

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