Te Marae o Hine: A better name in the pursuit of understanding

Given the park’s predominant contemporary purpose is as space on which to bring the community together, be it for cultural festivals, Anzac Day, food trucks, games or vigils, the meaning of Te Marae o Hine is already being channelled in spirit. It should so in name as well.

Forget Mensa, this trivia club is even tougher to break into

Despite the global platform, there’s room for individual strengths. Kaushal’s are books, history and pop culture. She’s stumped by American sports. “The questions mention tournaments and I don’t even know which sport they’re talking about,” she says. “But as an Indian, you can answer questions about the Ramayana while Americans crack the baseball clues.”

Toots Hibbert Dies: Reggae Artist Credited With Naming The Genre Was 77

Related Story Aaron Eckhart & Tommy Lee Jones Conspiracy Thriller ‘Wander’ Gets North America Deal With Saban Films His death comes days after his group released its first full-length LP and new album in ten years, titled Got to Be Tough. The recording features contributions from Ringo Starr and Ziggy Marley.

Forget ‘come say G’day’! Meet the former footballers reinventing Australia’s tourism industry with pandemic proof PR campaigns

‘Brands had less spending money, so I was happy to adjust my rates,’ influencer Madison Woolley said. ‘I’ve developed good relationships with the brands I’ve work with over the years, so I wanted to be able to show my support for them during this challenging time’

Trump Will Never Understand Marines Like Me | Opinion

I vividly remember the first time I encountered death in the Marine Corps. I was a first lieutenant and my company’s executive officer in Afghanistan. It was daytime in early December 2010. I was running my unit’s combat operations center when Marines in an area several kilometers away started scrambling to save the life of […]

Agony of not being able to hug my beloved mum: Thirty-minute slots in a freezing garden. Forced to sit far apart. After months banned from her mother’s dementia care home, SAM PARTINGTON describes a heartbreaking reunion that will strike a chord with so ma

This time, our half hour comes and goes in a flash and other families start to take their places at the tables, waiting for their loved ones. It’s freezing and napkins are blowing all over the place. But, bless them, the carers don’t ask me to leave yet.

Adam Mayblum’s e-mail message

As it turns out my partner, the one who I thought had stayed behind was behind us with Harry Ramos, our head trader. This is now second-hand information. They came upon Victor, the heavyset man on the 53rd floor. They helped him. He could barely move. My partner bravely/stupidly tested the elevator on the 52nd […]

Face-Off: Mbazuluike, Amechi, Nwobodo clash over S’East govs, IPOB, herdsmen

Nwobodo went further to say: “I challenge Mbazuluike Amechi to tell Nigerians one thing he has done for them, one thing he has done for  Ndi-Anambra, one thing he has done for  Ndigbo and I will name one hundred things I have done for the Igbo. In all his life, it has been I want […]

Women who resort to bigamous marriages get their fingers burnt

“As luck would have it, I still had some of the letters he wrote to me urging me to forget a divorce and get married to him as no one needed to know I was still married.  I sent copies of these to my lawyer and he passed them on to Ayo, accusing him he […]

‘Murica survival kit: Clutching The West Wing like a baby clutches a blankie

It’s not perfect, it’s stagey and a little preachy, but its heart is in the right place. That was always true of The West Wing, and that is what we need right now, more than anything. Hearts in the right places, at the polls, in our jobs and in our day-to-day lives.