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The Project Slime, dangerous slime
The Project Slime, dangerous slime
You're watching The Project Slime, dangerous slime It's gross, gooey, and spreading across the whole country, taking over our children's playgrounds. But why slime seems like harmless, innocent fun, experts warn that a commonly used ingredient could be a recipe for disaster. Slimy disaster.and#13;an

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Slime, dangerous slime

Tue 07 Nov 2017 in 3 months

It's gross, gooey, and spreading across the whole country, taking over our children's playgrounds. But why slime seems like harmless, innocent fun, experts warn that a commonly used ingredient could be a recipe for disaster. Slimy disaster.and#13;an

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It's news delivered differently. Guaranteeing no miracle diets, no stories that ‘no parent can afford to miss’, and virtually no dodgy plumbers, The Project is a TV show joining in the conversations going on in living rooms around the country.

The name may not be very surprising, but the show always is. With a team led by Gold Logie winners Carrie Bickmore and Waleed Aly, and Under-12s Best and Fairest runner-up Pete Helliar, The Project is the simplest idea in television for a long time. 6:30pm Sunday to Friday, the team dissect, digest and reconstitute each day's news.