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Protesters marched to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ palatial Beverly Hills mansion to demand the company address environmental and labor issues that came to a head during the pandemic.   

Saturday saw a coalition of labor and environmental activists gathered at Will Rogers Memorial Park on Sunset Boulevard to decry Bezos and his multi-billion dollar e-commerce empire during ‘The Wrong Amazon is Burning’ event.

The Congress and Essential Workers, a group of current and former Amazon warehouse employees, organized the rally and it was spearheaded by Chris Smalls of Staten Island, New York. 

Smalls, a former Amazon warehouse staffer, was fired from his position in March after he organized a protest over what he described as a lack of PPE and hazard pay amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘We demand that Jeff Bezos and the rest of the billionaire class pay their fair share to deal with the climate crisis,’ TCOEW said in a statement, per Patch

‘We are calling for a decent living wage of $30/hour minimum for all Amazon employees, Medicare and childcare for all, and the right to unionize without fear of retaliation. These are just a few of the issues that we feel billionaires like Jeff Bezos, who makes nearly $4,000 a second, can absolutely help relieve or resolve.’

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Hundreds of protesters fighting for labor rights and environmental reform at Amazon  marched to CEO Jeff Bezos' $165million mansion in Beverly Hills, California

Hundreds of protesters fighting for labor rights and environmental reform at Amazon  marched to CEO Jeff Bezos' $165million mansion in Beverly Hills, California

Hundreds of protesters fighting for labor rights and environmental reform at Amazon  marched to CEO Jeff Bezos’ $165million mansion in Beverly Hills, California 

Some of the demonstrators at 'The Wrong Amazon is Burning' rally were there in support of Amazon making environmental reforms to its business practices

Some of the demonstrators at 'The Wrong Amazon is Burning' rally were there in support of Amazon making environmental reforms to its business practices

Some of the demonstrators at ‘The Wrong Amazon is Burning’ rally were there in support of Amazon making environmental reforms to its business practices 

Pictured: A demonstrator holds a sign during a protest prior to a march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' mansion to lobby for higher wages, the right to unionize and a series of reforms in the way the giant company handles the COVID-19 crisis

Pictured: A demonstrator holds a sign during a protest prior to a march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' mansion to lobby for higher wages, the right to unionize and a series of reforms in the way the giant company handles the COVID-19 crisis

Pictured: A demonstrator holds a sign during a protest prior to a march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ mansion to lobby for higher wages, the right to unionize and a series of reforms in the way the giant company handles the COVID-19 crisis

A member of Red Rebel Brigade Manifesto performs during a protest prior to a march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' mansion in Beverly Hills

A member of Red Rebel Brigade Manifesto performs during a protest prior to a march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' mansion in Beverly Hills

A member of Red Rebel Brigade Manifesto performs during a protest prior to a march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ mansion in Beverly Hills

The crowd of demonstrators who shouted ‘f*** Bezos,’ who’s worth $185billion, were joined by climate activist groups Sunrise Movement and Extinction Rebellion.  

Demonstrators who donned face masks hoisted signs that read ‘f*** Bezos,’ ‘your greed is killing us,’ ‘abolish billionaires’ and ‘share with your country!’ 

Other signs urged Bezos to consider environmental changes, including one that said ‘there is no planet B’ and ‘science not silence.’

At one point, members of the artivist troupe, Red Rebel Brigade Manifesto, wore red ensembles during a performative piece aimed at highlighting the global environmental crisis.

As the group of determined protesters drew near Bezos’ mansion, they chanted ‘tax Bezos’ while someone played the drums. 

The group of protesters gathered outside of Jeff Bezos' $165million mansion in Beverly Hills with signs reading 'f*** Bezos' and a banner calling for more stringent taxes on the billionaire

The group of protesters gathered outside of Jeff Bezos' $165million mansion in Beverly Hills with signs reading 'f*** Bezos' and a banner calling for more stringent taxes on the billionaire

The group of protesters gathered outside of Jeff Bezos’ $165million mansion in Beverly Hills with signs reading ‘f*** Bezos’ and a banner calling for more stringent taxes on the billionaire

Demonstrators who donned face masks hoisted signs that read 'f*** Bezos,' 'your greed is killing us,' 'abolish billionaires' and 'share with your country!'

Demonstrators who donned face masks hoisted signs that read 'f*** Bezos,' 'your greed is killing us,' 'abolish billionaires' and 'share with your country!'

Demonstrators who donned face masks hoisted signs that read ‘f*** Bezos,’ ‘your greed is killing us,’ ‘abolish billionaires’ and ‘share with your country!’

Demonstrators march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' mansion to lobby for higher wages, the right to unionize and a series of reforms in the way the giant company handles the COVID-19 crisis

Demonstrators march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' mansion to lobby for higher wages, the right to unionize and a series of reforms in the way the giant company handles the COVID-19 crisis

Demonstrators march to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ mansion to lobby for higher wages, the right to unionize and a series of reforms in the way the giant company handles the COVID-19 crisis

Chris Smalls, pictured in front of Bezos' mansion: 'Destroying small businesses, destroying working class people, destroying lower class people. Enough is enough'

Chris Smalls, pictured in front of Bezos' mansion: 'Destroying small businesses, destroying working class people, destroying lower class people. Enough is enough'

Chris Smalls, pictured in front of Bezos’ mansion: ‘Destroying small businesses, destroying working class people, destroying lower class people. Enough is enough’

Once the group arrived to Bezos’ grand front gate, Smalls used a bullhorn to rally the crowd and declared ‘enough is enough.’

‘Destroying small businesses, destroying working class people, destroying lower class people. Enough is enough,’ Smalls said. ‘We’re tired, we’re done, and I want to say this…f*** Jeff Bezos!’ 

After Smalls’ dismissal, Amazon officials said he was fired for ‘violating social distancing guidelines and putting the safety of others at risk.’

But Smalls asserted that it was retaliation for organizing a workers protest. 

In the memo obtained by Vice News, top Amazon executives planned to smear 31-year-old Smalls, a management assistant, after he spearheaded a walkout of several employees on March 30 over coronavirus safety fears.

The top bosses referred to Smalls as ‘not smart’ and discussed placing him as the face of the workers’ walkout.

‘He’s not smart, or articulate, and to the extent the press wants to focus on us versus him, we will be in a much stronger PR position than simply explaining for the umpteenth time how we’re trying to protect workers,’ wrote Amazon General Counsel David Zapolsky.

Pictured: Jeff Bezos of Amazon

Pictured: Jeff Bezos of Amazon

Pictured: Jeff Bezos' mansion in Beverly Hills

Pictured: Jeff Bezos' mansion in Beverly Hills

Jeff Bezos (left) owns a $165million mansion in Beverly Hills (right), which sits behind a large gate in an affluent part of the city 

Sunday's protest comes after Amazon revealed nearly 20,000 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and ahead of the company's annual Prime Day

Sunday's protest comes after Amazon revealed nearly 20,000 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and ahead of the company's annual Prime Day

Sunday’s protest comes after Amazon revealed nearly 20,000 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and ahead of the company’s annual Prime Day

In the memo, which took place at a day meeting and included CEO Jeff Bezos, Zapolsky’s notes reportedly show executives mapping how to navigate bad press of Smalls’ firing.

They allegedly wanted to make Smalls the center of Amazon’s narrative about worker safety.

Zapolsky wrote: ‘We should spend the first part of our response strongly laying out the case for why the organizer’s conduct was immoral, unacceptable, and arguably illegal, in detail, and only then follow with our usual talking points about worker safety.

‘Make him the most interesting part of the story, and if possible make him the face of the entire union/organizing movement.’

The memo allegedly showed executives considering using Smalls to discredit the company’s labor movement.

Pictured: A promotional flyer for 'The Wrong Amazon is Burning' event held on Sunday

Pictured: A promotional flyer for 'The Wrong Amazon is Burning' event held on Sunday

Pictured: A promotional flyer for ‘The Wrong Amazon is Burning’ event held on Sunday

Members of the artivist troupe, Red Rebel Brigade Manifesto, wore red ensembles during a performative piece aimed at highlighting the global environmental crisis

Members of the artivist troupe, Red Rebel Brigade Manifesto, wore red ensembles during a performative piece aimed at highlighting the global environmental crisis

Members of the artivist troupe, Red Rebel Brigade Manifesto, wore red ensembles during a performative piece aimed at highlighting the global environmental crisis

Signs are set up at Will Rogers Memorial park in Beverly Hills prior to a demonstration against Amazon on Sunday as people demand Jeff Bezos make labor and environmental reforms

Signs are set up at Will Rogers Memorial park in Beverly Hills prior to a demonstration against Amazon on Sunday as people demand Jeff Bezos make labor and environmental reforms

Signs are set up at Will Rogers Memorial park in Beverly Hills prior to a demonstration against Amazon on Sunday as people demand Jeff Bezos make labor and environmental reforms 

Sunday’s protest came after the recent revelation that nearly 20,000 Amazon workers in the United States have tested positive for COVID-19, per a blog post. And ahead of Amazon’s annual Prime Day, in which the company offers discounted sales and lowered prices on various items. 

‘Employees are not going to be treated fairly and going to have mandatory overtime and have no breaks for the next two months into December,’ said Jordan Flowers, an Amazon warehouse worker from Staten Island, per CNet.

Although Prime Day has been used to highlight consumer perks, it’s often a hectic time for warehouse employees who’ve complained of the overwhelming workload.

Prime Day protest have previously been held in places like New York City, Seattle and across Europe.

‘Cancel your Prime memberships, order less on Prime Day week and give us time to be prepared because peak season is hectic,’ said Flowers, in reference to the holiday season.

‘We’re doing 50 or 60 hours a week with one or two days off.’

In addition to the protest, TCOEW released a media statement that outlined a number of demands from the group.      

‘Amazon must be transparent and honest about the number of cases they have in their facilities,’ one demand said.  

Other requests included securing a $2-an-hour hazard pay increase and paid leave until test results are confirmed.

DEMANDS TO AMAZON per The Congress and Essential Workers

 The Congress and Essential Workers have released a list of demands for Amazon, including: 

• All employees to be retroactively paid for all unpaid time they have used from March until the facilities are safe for workers.

• PPE and cleaning supplies to be provided at all times by the company.

• Employees who receive a COVID-19 test are to be placed on paid leave until test results are confirmed, and not to return until they test negative for COVID-19 with 100% percent pay not a percentage.

• Buildings or locations that have positive cases are to be shut down, professionally sanitized, and remain closed for a minimum of 14 days with 100% percent pay for all affected employees.

• $2/hour Hazard pay increase or sick time pay is to be provided during the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

• Amazon must be transparent and honest about the number of cases they have in their facilities.

• Reinstatement of all employees who have been terminated during the COVID-19 pandemic for refusing to work, protesting, or related reasons.

• Employees that have lost their lives during the Pandemic Families to receive $200,000 in addition to life insurance policy payments directly from Amazon.

• A 1-3% Federal Wealth Tax; money collected will be distributed to fund the urban communities and organizations that the Employers are invested in.

• $30/hour minimum – We demand a living wage! Jeff Bezos net worth is $188 billion dollars and is trending to be the world’s first Trillionaire. Amazon has over a million employees worldwide yet pays employees minimum wage $15.50 which is insufficient to the amount of value a worker really deserves.

• Amazon employees to become shareholders upon employment and receive annual investments with the company

• Free Childcare and Healthcare to be provided by Amazon

• Full time employees receive 1 hour lunch breaks.

• No wage cap and monthly bonuses for productivity or sweat equity (attendance).

• Money generated from the Wealth Tax is to be distributed not only to fund Amazon workers but also to help deal with global crises like Climate control, Homelessness, and Pandemics.

• Public housing, unemployment, health care workers unions, hospitals, teachers unions, workers unions, and community organizations can also qualify to receive funds from the Wealth Tax.

• We demand that workers have the right to unionize and sign employee/employer contracts that are renewed annually so that our demands are negotiated and upheld by all parties involved and workers are not vulnerable to backlash from management.

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US Election 2020: Trump campaign website is ‘seized’ by hackers

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Donald Trump’s campaign website was ‘seized’ by hackers Tuesday who claim to have evidence that ‘completely discredits’ him as a president and proves his ‘criminal involvement’ in the manipulation of the 2020 election

A message reading, ‘this site was seized’ appeared briefly on the homepage of DonaldJTrump.com, before the website was taken offline completely just after 7:20pm.

The message continued that the world ‘has had enough of fake news spreaded [sic] daily by the president … it is time to allow the world to know the truth.’ 

The hackers behind the stunt claimed to have compromised multiple of the president’s devices, that gave them ‘full access’ to Trump and his relatives, along with access to confidential information. 

‘Strictly classified information is exposed proving that the Trump gov is involved in the origin of the coronavirus,’ the post read.

‘We have evidence that completely discredits mr trump as a president, proving his criminal involvement and cooperation with foreign actors manipulating the 2020 elections. the US citizens have no choice.’ 

A message reading, 'this site was seized' appeared briefly on the homepage of DonaldJTrump.com, before the website was taken offline completely just after 7:20pm.

A message reading, 'this site was seized' appeared briefly on the homepage of DonaldJTrump.com, before the website was taken offline completely just after 7:20pm.

A message reading, ‘this site was seized’ appeared briefly on the homepage of DonaldJTrump.com, before the website was taken offline completely just after 7:20pm.

The post continued: ‘Today is the day – the whole world can decide if they want to known the truth or not’.  

The hackers then included a link to two cryptocurrency addresses, one for ‘yes, release the data’ and a second for ‘no, don’t release it’. 

They said whichever of the addresses raises the most money by the end of an unspecified deadline will decide their next step.

‘After the deadline we will compare the funds and execute the will of the world,’ the post read. ‘in both cases we will inform you.’  

Trump’s website was back up and running by 7:45pm. The White House has not yet commented on the system breach. 

There is no evidence to suggest that any sensitive data, such as donor information, was accessed, but until the site administrators investigate the event thoroughly it is a remote possibility, TechCrunch reported.

This is a developing story… 

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Author Fay Weldon has walked out on her third husband, Nick Fox

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It is an astonishing tale even by the standards of Fay Weldon, best-selling author of the classic feminist revenge novel The Life And Loves Of A She-Devil.

Except this time it is not fiction. One of Britain’s leading authors has walked out on her third husband, Nick Fox, at the age of 89, telling friends she is divorcing him and ‘complaining of coercive control and financial mismanagement’.

Weldon met Fox, a poet and bookseller, when she was 60 and he 45. At the time, the age gap caused a scandal. Undeterred, Weldon went on to marry him in 1994 and they moved to his family house in Dorset.

Fay Weldon, one of Britain¿s leading authors, has walked out on her third husband, Nick Fox, at the age of 89 (the couple pictured together)

Fay Weldon, one of Britain¿s leading authors, has walked out on her third husband, Nick Fox, at the age of 89 (the couple pictured together)

Fay Weldon, one of Britain’s leading authors, has walked out on her third husband, Nick Fox, at the age of 89 (the couple pictured together)

She is believed to have moved out months ago and now lives with her eldest son Nic Weldon in Northamptonshire.

In her email sent to close friends and family, the novelist said: ‘I have been out of touch for a long time, for which, my apologies. I have been hospitalised for much of the last year, first with a broken bone in my back and then with a stroke, therefore my silence.

‘I am mostly recovered, encouraged by the thought of Andrew Marr, who had a stroke and is now back to normal. He has the advantage, of course, of comparative youthfulness.

‘In the meanwhile, I have left my husband and am divorcing him, complaining of coercive control and financial mismanagement.

‘Considering everyone’s troubles this year, my own are mere hiccoughs. I am now safely with my family.’

Fay’s son Nic tells me that, despite her travails – marital and medical – his mother is in good heart. ‘She’s with us,’ he says. ‘She’s comfortable. She’s still recuperating from the stroke but she’s very occupied, really busy.

‘She has quite an extensive care package, including rehabilitation, but she’s not really up to a chat because her voice hasn’t fully recovered and she can’t operate any technology. But she’s getting stronger and she’s really lucid. It’s been a dramatic and stressful period for everyone – including him [Nick Fox].’

Of the separation he said: ‘I can’t say much about it. It’s up to Mum and she doesn’t want to say more at the moment.’

While Weldon was the main breadwinner in her marriage, Fox acted as her manager and orchestrated everything including money, transport and publicity. Last year Weldon admitted in an interview they did have ‘terrible rows’.

Fay Weldon with her sons Dan (left) and Nic in the seventies. The author is believed to have moved out months ago and now lives with Nic in Northamptonshire

Fay Weldon with her sons Dan (left) and Nic in the seventies. The author is believed to have moved out months ago and now lives with Nic in Northamptonshire

Fay Weldon with her sons Dan (left) and Nic in the seventies. The author is believed to have moved out months ago and now lives with Nic in Northamptonshire

‘People get really frightened, until they realise it’s only about a full stop,’ she said. ‘Or he likes commas and I don’t.

‘He’s on the top floor and I’m on the next one, so we edit on the phone. Quite a lot of slamming of phones goes on.’

A family friend tells me the marriage had been in difficulties for ‘some years’.

Despite the volatility of their relationship, Weldon remains close to Fox’s children.

‘She was wonderful with Nick’s three sons from his first marriage,’ says a friend. ‘They absolutely adored Fay. She has been utterly loyal to Nick.’

But, adds the friend, this failed to bring them together.

Yet Weldon clearly does not wilt easily. She once famously reflected: ‘I am all for denial. It is a tried and tested survival mechanism.’

It is just the latest twist in Weldon’s extraordinary marital life. She said she never felt especially beautiful and, even at university, was very shy – yet she became a single mother when she was only 23.

Fay pictured with her third husband Ron Weldon who died in May 1984. They had three sons together

Fay pictured with her third husband Ron Weldon who died in May 1984. They had three sons together

Fay pictured with her third husband Ron Weldon who died in May 1984. They had three sons together

It was after the birth of her first son Nic, by Colyn Davies, that she was forced through want of alternative to marry Ronald Bateman, a divorced schoolteacher from Acton 20 years her senior, in 1957.

The marriage was sexless and they divorced two years later. He wanted her to have sex with other men – and to tell him about it.

She obliged once or twice, and worked as a nightclub hostess at his instigation. She also took part in foursomes with a friend who worked in advertising.

At 29, she met the antiques dealer Ron Weldon. They had three sons and remained married for 30 years until a painful break-up.

He left her for his ‘astrological therapist’ in 1992 but, eight hours before their divorce was finalised, he died of a heart attack.

Weldon once said ‘my only ambition was always to be married’. Given her extraordinary rollercoaster life, who would bet against her marrying again?

The Daily Mail could not reach Mr Fox for comment last night.

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Year 12 students WON’T be able to re-sit their HSC exams after 20 schools were evacuated

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Year 12 students who were evacuated after a ‘threatening email’ was sent to several schools in Sydney have been told they will not be able to re-sit their HSC exams.

An anonymous email which ‘made threats’ landed in the inbox of 20 schools from about 11am on Tuesday, prompting evacuations.

The security breach disrupted Year 12 Legal Studies and Visual Arts students, who were sitting their final year exam for the subject.

Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said there are ‘no provisions’ for the impacted students to re-sit the exam.

Year 12 students who were evacuated after a 'threatening email' was sent to several schools in Sydney have been told they will not be able to re-sit their HSC exams. Pictured: Castle Hill High School students are evacuated to an oval

Year 12 students who were evacuated after a 'threatening email' was sent to several schools in Sydney have been told they will not be able to re-sit their HSC exams. Pictured: Castle Hill High School students are evacuated to an oval

Year 12 students who were evacuated after a ‘threatening email’ was sent to several schools in Sydney have been told they will not be able to re-sit their HSC exams. Pictured: Castle Hill High School students are evacuated to an oval

‘There’s no provision to resit and obviously each school has been impacted slightly differently,’ Ms Mitchell told Today on Wednesday morning.

‘The main exams yesterday were Legal Studies in the morning and Visual Arts and depending on the time the threats came to the school, some students were able to sit their exams without disruption, some were interrupted partway through.’

Ms Mitchell said any HSC student whose exams was disrupted by an evacuation, would get special consideration when their exam was marked.

‘Most afternoon exams went ahead as planned, some schools moved to alternative locations we had as a back up plan in case there was a COVID impact on a school so we’ll look at each of the ways the schools were impacted but that will be taken into account when exams are marked and students won’t be disadvantaged in any way,’ she said. 

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the threats are being investigated by the Cyber Crimes Squad.  

‘The students do not need to re-sit the exams so we are working out the best way to make sure they’re assessed,’ she told Sydney radio 2GB.

An anonymous email which 'made threats' landed in the inbox of 20 schools from about 11am on Tuesday, prompting evacuations (pictured)

An anonymous email which 'made threats' landed in the inbox of 20 schools from about 11am on Tuesday, prompting evacuations (pictured)

An anonymous email which ‘made threats’ landed in the inbox of 20 schools from about 11am on Tuesday, prompting evacuations (pictured)

Willoughby Girls' High School on the north shore was the first school to receive threats at about 11am, followed by at least another 18 high schools across Sydney

Willoughby Girls' High School on the north shore was the first school to receive threats at about 11am, followed by at least another 18 high schools across Sydney

Willoughby Girls’ High School on the north shore was the first school to receive threats at about 11am, followed by at least another 18 high schools across Sydney 

‘It was a very scary thing but I know police are on to it and I’m confident police will get to the bottom of it.’

Willoughby Girls’ High School in the premier’s north shore electorate was the first to receive threats at about 11am, followed by at least another 18 high schools across Sydney.

The schools all enacted their emergency response plans, evacuated students, and contacted police.

A NSW Police statement read: ‘Local officers are being assisted by specialist officers to conduct extensive searches at each of the schools, but no items of interest have been located at this time.

‘Police are working with the Department of Education to ensure school communities are informed of all necessary information for parents of affected schools.

The security breach disrupted Year 12 Legal Studies and Visual Arts students, who were sitting their final year exam for the subject. Pictured: Castle Hill High School students

The security breach disrupted Year 12 Legal Studies and Visual Arts students, who were sitting their final year exam for the subject. Pictured: Castle Hill High School students

The security breach disrupted Year 12 Legal Studies and Visual Arts students, who were sitting their final year exam for the subject. Pictured: Castle Hill High School students 

Local officers assisted by specialist officers conducted extensive searches at each of the schools (pictured)

Local officers assisted by specialist officers conducted extensive searches at each of the schools (pictured)

Local officers assisted by specialist officers conducted extensive searches at each of the schools (pictured)

‘Initial inquiries suggest the threats are linked and detectives from the Cybercrime Squad will lead the investigation into the circumstances and origins of the emails.’

Ms Berejiklian said the stunt was a cruel hoax on the class of 2020 as students have already been subject to stress brought on by COVID-19.

‘The class of 2020, gee haven’t they learned resilience,’ she said. 

It is understood Castle Hill High, Thomas Reddall High, Mount Annan High, Elizabeth Macarthur High, Picnic Point High, Colo High School and Jamison High were among the other schools involved.

Willoughby Girls High sent a message to parents and caregivers about the incident. 

Colo High School, on the north-western outskirts of Sydney, said they were impacted by the threat in a post to their Facebook page

Colo High School, on the north-western outskirts of Sydney, said they were impacted by the threat in a post to their Facebook page

Colo High School, on the north-western outskirts of Sydney, said they were impacted by the threat in a post to their Facebook page

‘We have been advised to conduct an off-site evacuation and are taking all students to our evacuation pint under police guidance,’ the note read.

‘We will update you via SkoolBag but want to reiterate and assure you everyone is safe.’ 

Colo High School, on the north-western outskirts of Sydney, said they were impacted by the threat in a post to their Facebook page.

‘We have received an email identifying a suspicious item located on school grounds,’ the post read.

‘Although there does not seem to be a specific threat we are evacuating all students and staff to the top oval. 

‘This evacuation includes Year 12 students undertaking their HSC exams, which a group misadventure has been lodged.’

Willoughby Girls High sent a message to parents and caregivers about the incident

Willoughby Girls High sent a message to parents and caregivers about the incident

Willoughby Girls High sent a message to parents and caregivers about the incident

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