How to spend your Sunday? How about soak up the highlights of our 71-6 win over the Rebels at Westpac Stadium Eleven tries to enjoy including Nehe Milner-Skudder's famous Skudder Step at its very best. Thanks again to all the Canes fans who came out and made our first home match a memorable occasion https://youtu.be/gQy-5xCgs34 #OurHouse #Twofromtwo
How's the Gumboot throwing technique ?? Keep in mind, today is the first time I have ever thrown it. Had 2 throws to work it out then it was game on. A national tittle and 8cm off the nz record. Not a bad effort at all. I probably should've trained for it tho... 😂😂😂👢
Every country should understand its history, so the first New Zealand Wars commemoration in the heart of Ngapuhi today at Kaikohe was an important event. Congratulations to the organisers, Willie and Debbie Maihi and Manu Kingi for making it happen and thanks to Northland College and Kaikohe Christian School for the powhiri. Knowing what happened in the past helps us make better decisions today. We can learn about justice, fairness, equality. We can be inspired and encouraged by our history.
This weekend Natty and I are celebrating our 12th wedding anniversary!! Shit I'm a lucky bugger. Sometimes in life you have to pinch yourself and look at the amazing people around you and realise how good you've got it! I'm taking her away for a nice night tomorrow. Best 12 years of my life, probably the longest 12 years of hers.... ❤🍺🍷😍
WATCH NOW: A group of 80 representing Kamehameha School of Maui, Hawaii were welcomed onto Rotorua Boys' High School today. The exchange is an educational and cultural one, exposing the students to new experiences.
5 years ago today in Taranaki, Lucy Lawless and six others scaled the derrick on Shell's Arctic-bound drillship. They stayed up there 4 days. This was the beginning of the end for Shell's Arctic drilling and the start of a global movement against oil exploration.
As Lucy said at the time: "Seven of us went up the rig but 133,000 came down in solidarity"
A movement against oil was born that is now global, and millions strong.
In the face of enormous public pressure that started with the bold action of those few in Taranaki, Shell retreated from the Arctic. We won.
But there are still more battles to be fought. Right now here in New Zealand Statoil and Chevron are exploring for more oil off the Wairarapa coast.
In March this year, we'll be back in Taranaki to confront the oil industry once again at its annual conference.
If we are to have a future, the oil industry must have no future.
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It’s time the pay gap between men and women was sorted. National need to show some leadership. Minister for Women, Paula Bennett is part of a government that employs 47,500 people in the Public Service. Change in the Public Service will set the example for the country. Across the public service there is a pay gap of 14 per cent and women are concentrated in the lower paid jobs. The Minister can change the system and attitudes. She can take action. National need to do away with secretive employment contracts, which set worker up against worker so no one knows the pay levels. The onus should not be on employees to negotiate. The ball is in the government's court.
A huge win for women yesterday in Parliament. For far too long domestic violence has been our shame. But it's time to stand up and recognise we can all take action. This will make a difference for thousands of women.
The biggest XTERRA event in the world returns to Blue Lake Rotorua on April 8! XTERRA Rotorua Festival sponsored by Mazda has eight courses to suit all fitness levels, whether you’re an amateur or pro! To be in to WIN one of five entries just tell us which course you would like to compete in: http://bit.ly/2mqMXLH T&Cs apply: http://bit.ly/1qlput5 - winner drawn March 7 #XTERRARotoruaFestival #Mazda