They say laughing is the greatest form medicine.. this is what the warriors need to kick start their season. The uce Tofiga Fepulea'i sharing some words of encouragement for the Vodafone Warriors.. the man. #HalfSuc haha
#CutestVideoOftheDay.. :) "Just want to share something cool! Everyday weather or not we have mail this mail man always stops to see my dog who is only 9 months old. He always gets over looked as a dangerous or unapproachable dog, Maybe cause he's big i am not sure. He doesn't bark at them or growl ( Maybe the odd couple times he barks at people but which dog doesn't ) But this guy here always makes an effort to get off his bike to give him a hug and a pat! I'm not sure who to tag on Facebook for him to see this! But thanks man keep up the good job and you've definitely got a friend waiting for ya" Michael Collins beautiful video bruv.
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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!
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This degrades our land, pollutes our rivers, increases our climate emissions and puts farmers into debt.
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Our journey to Rio has been full of many emotions, but I am so pleased and happy to receive my silver medal tonight with my Gabe next to me. We laughed and we cried, we conquered a lot of obstacles along the way to get to this position. I am so pleased and very proud to be a kiwi and with my heart left out on the field I knew I gave it my everything and I couldn't be disappointed or mad at that. We all want to win and I wanted it more then anyone else, that's sport for yah, but we must all celebrate every medal we are awarded as I know and understand how hard it was to get here. With all my love and gratitude I thank you all NZ and all my supporters around the world for your support, love and continued faith in me. What next is yet to be decided as the season isn't over yet but for now we shall enjoy the moment, smile and give thanks to our Heavenly Father for blessing us so abundantly. #TeamAdams #MrsPrice #ThankYouRio #Blessed #BeTheInspiration #EternalCompanion #NZProud 🇳🇿🇧🇷🙏🏽👍🏽❤️⚫️
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We spent $26m on the referendum, and I'm sure some people will say that's just the price of democracy. I think it was the price of something... I'm just not sure it was democracy.
I think it would have been the price of democracy if there had been a significant pre-existing public mood to change the flag. There wasn't. So, in my view, whatever kicked all this off... it wasn't democracy.
In any case that's all moot now.
On the bright side, we may have spent $26m on the referendum, but at least we won't have to spend all those many more millions of dollars actually changing the flag.
Speaking of which... I wonder who I can email now with ideas for spending all that money we won't need to spend on changing the flag? I've got lots of ideas...