Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Polar Bear Seen Patting Dog Later Ate One

A polar bear was caught on camera taping a husky dog on the head ate one just hours later, it has appear. "That was the only day we didn't feed the fudging bears, the only night we didn't put anything out," Brian Ladoon told CBC News. Mr Ladoon runs a nearby dog sanctuary in Manitoba and Canada. He regularly and illegally - feeds the polar bears to prevent them feasting on his animals. It looks like the polar bear was less trying to be cute, more just playing with its food.

Thursday, 17 November 2016


On Wednesday 10 boys from our school went to meet the Breaker’s. When we got there, there was this lady who showed us where was the toilets. Then she showed us where we had to sit and it was on a grandstand. We watched the Breakers train and the coach was telling them what to do. They were training very hard for 2 hour. Samuel was getting angry because it was taking to long. Then this lady called Sharon came and told us that we are gonna meet with two Breakers members and play with them. Then at the end we got a basketball each and got all of the member signature. After that all of the other school and our school took a photo with the Breakers. Before we came back to school there was this school who did the haka.

Monday, 14 November 2016

New Zealand earthquake: The worst-affected areas

7.5 magnitude earthquake in Canterbury has a number of regions overnight with tsunami waves reaching New Zealand's east coast and aftershocks causing havoc nationwide. Two people are dead and earthquakes have been recorded as far north as Pukekohe. A large portion of the country has been affected by the tremors.
The worst affected areas

Friday, 11 November 2016


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My favorite part in the Storks was how Tulip and Junior were fighting the penguin’s because they tried to steal the baby, Junior threw the fork to the penguin, the penguin grabbed the pillow and started screaming so that the baby would not hear him. Suddenly one penguin bites one of Junior’s wings. Junior tries to scream but he stayed quiet.

Katie Crown - Tulip
Andy Samberg - Junior

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Waikanae School evacuated after bomb scare

A Kapiti Coast school has been evacuated following a bomb scare. A sign posted on the office window of Waikanae School reads: Due to bomb scare we have evacuated the school to the Memorial Hall. Police were called to the school after a threatening email was received. The school has reportedly been evacuated and students moved to the nearby Memorial Hall.

Monday, 7 November 2016

South Carolina man admits killing six, after woman found chained in container

South Carolina police have revealed that Todd Kohlhepp, the man they arrested after finding a woman chained in a storage container, had confessed to killing six other people. The confession came a day after Kala Brown, who was found in the container, told police there were four bodies buried on the 100-acre property in the town of Woodruff, with that of her boyfriend Charles Carver. Ms Brown, 30 and Mr Carver, 32 went missing at the end of August. Police arrested Kohlhepp, 45 a registered sex offender who works as a realtor, on suspicion of kidnapping on Thursday. Officials said Ms Brown and Kohlhepp knew each other and that her abduction was not a random act. Ms Brown is being treated at a local hospital.

Friday, 4 November 2016

Whakatane fireworks to return, years after fiery disaster

Image result for fireworksWhakatane will have a public fireworks show this year - the first since 2009, when 40 minutes' worth of bangers exploded in about 40 seconds.Thousands of dollars' worth of pyrotechnics went off at once in the fiery mishap, brilliantly lighting up the Bay of Plenty sky, but also causing a large scrub fire. Two people were taken to hospital with minor 
injuries after the accident. "Many of the fireworks have never been seen before in New Zealand, and some have been made exclusively for the Sky Show." Mr Hepi says 2000 early-bird tickets were bought in less than an hour, and general sale tickets are expected to sell out.

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Public Appeal To Identify Pair Of Alleged Kidnappers

Police are appealing to the public for help identifying an offender who allegedly beat a man unconscious, kidnapped him and stole his car in Auckland. The man is believed to be one of two perpetrators who abducted the victim, who is in his 20s, on September 26. The victim was sitting in his  dark grey 2010 Holden Commodore station wagon at the time of the incident, which was parked outside Sylvia Park mall just after 1pm. During at least one of the assaults, the man claims he was knocked unconscious. However one of the alleged kidnappers made a crucial error - stopping to get petrol in the victim's car in Wiri and being spotted by CCTV cameras.