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Tue 11 Aug 09 | To: SMH ReaderLink | Re: Herald Publications: Thank you for contacting ReaderLink

Posted by bradfieldresident on 11 August 2009

From: Bradfield NSW<bradfieldnsw@gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday 11 August 2009 20:06 (+10)
Subject: Re: Herald Publications: Thank you for contacting ReaderLink.
To: Reader Link <readerlink@smh.com.au>

Reference: [redacted]

SMH / Reader Link,

my question is about the disappearance of the article titled “Swine flu vaccine trial on kids begins”, published on Monday 10 August, which talks about a vaccine trial on around 400 children.

Why does the URL

http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-national/swine-flu-vaccine-trial-on-kids-begins-20090810-eevb.html

result in a redirection to

http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-national/two-swine-flu-sufferers-die-in-nsw-20090810-eevb.html

which is quite obviously a different story? The search facility for “vaccine trial” on smh.com.au webpages does not appear to reveal a new location, so I can only suppose it has been removed. Why has this story been removed? Will the story reappear on the website?

Bradfield Resident, NSW
Tuesday 11 August 2009

Original comment to ReaderLink, posted via web form at
http://www.smh.com.au/contacts/readerlink/

Where has 10 August the article titled “Swine flu vaccine trial on kids begins” gone?

Why was it removed? What are you trying to hide?

Referenced URL:

http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-national/swine-flu-vaccine-trial-on-kids-begins-20090810-eevb.html

Quoted text:
Tue 11 Aug 09 | From: SMH ReaderLink | Herald Publications: Thank you for contacting ReaderLink

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