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Working With M.E

Working with M.E is a difficult subject. Everyone is affected by M.E differently so what one person can do another person may not be able to. 430 more words

New Zealand

A Little Bit About Me

Hey!

So a little bit about me. So that you can get to know me better as a person.

My name is Amelia, I am 15 years old and I have a disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy: SMA which causes me to be wheelchair bound. 177 more words

Farm

New Zealand - Resource Curse in reverse with falling dairy prices

I have mentioned the resource curse in previous posts especially with those countries with natural resources. Below is an extract from a previous post.

Africa may have enormous natural reserves of oil, but so far most Africans haven’t felt the benefit. 238 more words

Growth

30 Day Writing Challenge | Day 10

Today’s challenge is..uh..challenging.

Actually today in general has been challenging. I’m counting down the days until office manager aka Mum is back in the country. 4 sleeps and then I never have to work this much at this job ever again. 849 more words

Life

Tea & Tarte

A tea time with my friends. (English learning members)

We had a good time with eating delicious sweets & tea.


English Tea & Chocolate Banana Tarte… 48 more words

Yumi's Blog

29/7 ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE: Anarcho-pacificism / a talk by Joe Llewellyn

We kick off our new series Another World is Possible with a presentation by Joe Llewellyn on ‘Anarcho-Pacificism’. Joe is studying at the University of Otago’s Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies and is involved in the Dunedin Organisation for Global Nonviolent Action. 32 more words

NZ signs on to international shark protection agreement


New Zealand has signed up to an international agreement to help protect migratory sharks.


” Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy and Conservation Minister Maggie Barry have signed the memorandum of understanding on the conservation of migratory sharks, which will help save seven species vulnerable to exploitation. ”

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