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  • Alan smelled him now, a stink like a mouse dead between the gyprock in the walls, the worst smell imaginable.

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  • He poured out a glass and held it up to the light, admiring the new blister he'd gotten on his pinky finger while hauling two-by-fours and gyprock from his truck to his neighbors 'front room.

    Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town

  • In another accident last night, the Cunningham Highway was closed at Mutdapilly after a B-double carrying gyprock and plasterboard caught fire when it hit a guard rail and rolled over.

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  • "She was lucky the car didn't pass through the wall because it's only gyprock," said

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  • Then there was the lamp ripped out of the wall - the force of that act of vandalism broke the gyprock behind it, requiring repairs and a paint job.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Then there was the lamp ripped out of the wall - the force of that act of vandalism broke the gyprock behind it, requiring repairs and a paint job.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Then there was the lamp ripped out of the wall - the force of that act of vandalism broke the gyprock behind it, requiring repairs and a paint job.

    Daily Telegraph | Top Stories

  • What’s more it looks like someone wanted to a fire because Anne found rolled up newspaper inside the gyprock.

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  • What’s more it looks like someone wanted to a fire because Anne found rolled up newspaper inside the gyprock.

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