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Australian journalist names baby 'Methamphetamine Rules' for investigative report

  • ABC journalist Kirsten Drysdale accidentally registered the name "Methamphetamine Rules" as part of a story investigating permissible names for newborns, and it surprisingly slipped through the system.
  • The Australian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages has since acknowledged the mistake and intends to change the name officially.
  • This incident has prompted the government to strengthen their name registration processes to prevent offensive or unsuitable names from being approved in the future.
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