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Friday, 12 May 2017

Opinion: It's time for the Government to pay for our conservation future

Opinion: New Zealand's endangered wildlife was in the headlines today when guarding minister Maggie Barry announced the Department of guarding draft threatens Species Strategy in Wellington. Here at Forest & Bird, we give the strategy a four out of 10. While it has some worthy actions, it isn't supported with the funding Doc needs to take charge  about protecting native species, meaning they will continue to act as an ambulance at the bottom of the cliff.

Monday, 8 May 2017

Car catches fire on Auckland's Northwestern Motorway

Emergency services have rushed to a car on Northwestern Motorway. The car smash with a barrier between Patiki Rd and Great North Rd before turning into flames at 7:45am on Sunday, the fire service says. They described the car as being well burning when crew arrived.

Friday, 5 May 2017

Wellington number one in global quality of life survey

It turns out that no other city is better then wellington on a good day, according to a sort of life survey charged by Deutsche Bank which has rated the capital number one. The capital has beaten 46 city's to come first in the survey, which measured factors including cost living, rottenness, conditions and house prices. Wellingtons know we live in the best spot on Earth, and now the rest the world is listing about it as well

Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Bill English Says He Did Not Know About Pike River Robot Footage


Prime Minister Bill English says he did not know footage from Pike River Mine released by Newshub on Sunday even existed. Full video retrieve by Newshub shows an overheating robot exploring the Pike River mine. Twenty nine miners died in 2010 Pike River disaster and the government has argued gas levels make it too dangerous to renter the mine to get the bodies.

Monday, 10 April 2017

Plane making emergency landing in Palmerston North.


A plane has made an emergency landing in Palmerston North after changed from Nelson. Air New Zealand confirmed the aircraft landed without anyone hurt at 4.45pm. A fire service spokesman said earlier the issue was with the plane's landing gear, which was not safe for people in the plane. 

Friday, 31 March 2017

Robert Rakete Came To Our School!

Image result for Asterix And The Golden SickleToday was great we did lots of reading maths and other cool stuff but when it was morning tea we had to go to the multi purpose room because a visitor has came . His name was Henry but on the side of him was Robert Rakete. Henry was just explain about how people can share there ideas of reading books. When Henry introduced Robert Rakete Robert was telling us about his first book. It was called Asterix  And The Golden Sickle. He said that the book he read was his favourite ever since. He told us that he was telling his son to clean his room and his son keeps saying that he will but every time he goes past his sons room he always sees a mess so Robert Rakete cleaned half of it until he saw that book so he read it until his son came from his friends house. When his son came back Robert Rakete was still reading the book and he told his son to clean his room well he reads his sons book on the bed and that's how it became his favourite book.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Cyclone Debbie leaves trail of destruction in Queensland

Cyclone Debbie has been decline to a category one storm but it's still left a trail of damaged across north-eastern Queensland. It's moving slowly north towards Collinsville, leaving behind it broken buildings, base and 50,000 homes and businesses without power.

One Woman in Townsville is trying to find her husband who's in Queensland town of Proserpine. Jenny and David Clarke spoke on phone on Tuesday morning during the peak of storm, when the rood came off the house.