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Each pack contains chocolate, my favourite treats AND a $50 Kmart voucher.
1. LIKE Happy Mum Happy Child on Facebook (I can check if you're a liker!) 2. LIKE this photo 3. TAG as many friends as you want 4. CHECK OUT my Instagram for another chance to win (happymumhappychild)
Tagging is NOT mandatory, however each comment counts as an extra entry. There is no limit to how many entries you can have. Would also love it if you SHARED this with your friends ...
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Good morning. Parts of North Canterbury and the Kaikoura district have been hit hard by a severe magnitude 7.5 earthquake, just after midnight.
Many areas are cut off, with significant damage to infrastructure. Communication is still limited and accurate news hard to come by. It appears areas around Waiau/Mt Lyford and Kaikoura have been hit the hardest. Many roads in and around the area will be closed for an extended period of time.
A couple of warmer days coming up, but our wintry blast arrives Thursday, bringing wintry showers and snow about the high country. Snow levels look around the 600-700m 'mark' currently. Crossing fingers weather plays it's role, in the recovery in and around North Canterbury & Kaikoura. Thoughts are with everyone in the Canterbury region, it's sad seeing my home town in this situation.
Photos: Multiple sources. Some photo have been shared multiple times, so original photographer is hard to source. (Please feel free to help out in regards to photo source)
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#UPDATE: We're getting a better idea of how the earthquake has changed the country. GNS says the east coast of the lower North Island has shifted west by up to five centimetres. Meanwhile, the Wellington and Kapiti regions have been shunted up to six centimetres north. The north-east tip of the South Island has moved by more than two metres and lifted almost a metre. Cape Campbell is now two metres closer to the North Island than it was before. Kaikoura has moved a metre and lifted 70-centimetres, and Hanmer Springs has jumped half a metre east. Christchurch and Banks Peninsula are now about two centimetres further south than where they were before Monday's earthquake. Some parts of the west coast of the South Island have shifted east by up to 10-centimetres. But the top of the North Island, and bottom of the South Island, have moved mere millimetres. GNS scientists used global positioning systems to reveal the shifts - and they say the results are astonishing. All this movement happened in just seconds.
TAKE ACTION HERE: http://greenpeace.nz/Stop-Seismic-Blasting
The biggest seismic blasting vessel in the world has entered New Zealand waters. It's here to hunt for oil between Napier and Kaikoura for Statoil and Chevron.
This monster of a ship carries seismic arrays over eight kilometers long. It drags them through the water, firing massive seismic blasts creating shockwaves that penetrate the ocean and the seafloor. This helps them map potential oil and gas reserves beneath the seabed.
Science tells us that for humanity to have any chance of a liveable future, we must not burn even the known reserves of oil. To be searching for oil that the world can't afford to burn is utter madness.
It's also harmful to whales, dolphins and other marine life.
The boom of the sound waves reverberates throughout the ocean every ten seconds, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for weeks and months on end.
For whales and dolphins, this can be deafening. They depend on their hearing to survive, whether it’s for locating prey or predators, or communicating with mates.
A deaf whale is a dead whale.
This will be happening in an area stretching between Napier and Kaikoura that's inhabited by thousands of whales and dolphins.
For the sake of the climate, and because of the risk to our oceans, marine life, and the communities threatened by oil spills if deep sea oil drilling goes wrong, this must be stopped.
TAKE ACTION HERE: http://greenpeace.nz/Stop-Seismic-Blasting ... and SHARE this video!
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We've got a ticket for the $44 million Powerball draw, and if it's the lucky ticket, we want to share the winnings with our Facebook family. LIKE or COMMENT on this post to put your name on the ticket and we could all be celebrating this Wednesday night!
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Why did this happen? Simple. He's the price that has to be paid.
Most of us are waking up today wondering if we dreamed it all. Did that really happen? Is that terrible, terrible man really the president elect? Is the guy who openly advocated racism and intolerance in charge now? The same guy who bragged about sexually assaulting women, and called women all kinds of horrible names. This strange orange man who acts like a bully and pretends to care for others when his whole life, his actual life, the things which are incontrovertibly and undeniably true, show that in fact his life has been spent profiting from others, exploiting people, and serving no one and nothing but his strange orange self?
Nope, you didn't dream that, it really happened.
And why? Is it because everyone who voted for him, all the people who believed in him are similarly bad? Are they similarly self interested, and bigoted, and hate-filled?
I don't believe that to be true. Some of those people are bigoted, and racist, and hate-filled, for sure. We've seen that segment of his supporters, and that also cannot be denied.
Mostly, though, I believe the people who supported him were just people.
Mr Orange is just the price that has to be paid. It's that simple.
When we live in a world where the top 1% continue to reap more and more of the economic benefits the rest of us have produced, someone has to pay for that. When the majority finally taste the bitterness of being forgotten and pushed aside, then someone has to pay for that. When we lose faith in the people we have entrusted to run all of this on our behalf, then someone has to pay for that. When we feel like hope is being stolen from us, and our kids, then someone has to pay for that. When we prize conflict and outrage over debate and conversation, then someone has to pay for that.
When all of us feel like the game is rigged - really rigged, deeply, profoundly, and intractably rigged - then someone has to pay for that.
Mr Orange is that price, he's the cost we all now have to pay. But it's not about him, it's about the way the world has been going these last few decades that made people - and the vast majority of the people who voted for him are good people - feel like this petty, vengeful bully was their great hope.
So let's take our dose of salts and get through whatever Mr Orange is going to drag us through before he goes the way of all bullies and shuffles off to his tower... and then let's make stuff better.
Mr Orange is a warning about what happens when we stop caring about each other, and turn on each other. So let's not do that any more. Let's build a future where we all have a place, and we all have hope, and we recognise we have a collective responsibility to ensure that every single person matters.
Every. Single. Person.
We'll get through this. And my hope is we'll get through this stronger, and wiser, and more compassionate. In years to come maybe we'll say that Mr Orange really did us all a favour. Maybe we'll say he was a tipping point? Maybe this is the moment when we all finally realised we'd lost our way, and we stopped, and came together a little more, and we found our way?
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I love this stuff.. I love the influence that Te reo maori has on the rest of the world.. other teams juju on that beat, running man challenge, this team chose to do this.. respect!! Shout outs to the boys at Mt San Antonio community college in LA.. Kia Ora whanau
UPDATE 2: The Advertising Standards Authority has thrown out DairyNZ's complaint and ruled that the ad is truthful and not misleading: http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2017/01/greenpeace-trumps-dairy-industry-with-river-pollution-ad-ruling.html
UPDATE 1 : DAIRYNZ has laid a complaint about this ad - they don't want NZers to see it.
DairyNZ is NOT happy about this ad we've been running on TV - They're threatening to make a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority. But we reckon it's bang on so we'll keep running it. SHARE it now if you do too!
SIGN THE PETITION: http://greenpeace.nz/stop-big-irrigation
Industrial dairying is failing. It’s failing people who want to swim in clean rivers, it's failing our tourism industry, it’s failing our climate and it’s failing farmers.
The industrial dairying model requires vast amounts of water and chemical fertiliser to grow more grass to feed ever-growing herds of cows. All to produce more and more tonnes of low-value milk powder to ship offshore.
This degrades our land, pollutes our rivers, increases our climate emissions and puts farmers into debt.
And it’s about to get a whole lot worse. Right now, two huge, costly new irrigation schemes are planned. Ruataniwha in the North Island and Central Plains Water in Canterbury.
SIGN THE PETITION to stop big irrigation http://greenpeace.nz/stop-big-irrigation