Thursday, 28 July 2016

Friday 29th July - Current Events - bus crash

School bus crashes near Dannevirke


A school bus has crashed near Dannevirke with three children suffering injuries. 
The bus was carrying 15 children from Ruahine Primary School.
The bus  hit a power pole on Top Grass Rd about 8.20am on Friday.
The bus had 14 children in it when it hit the power pole.
Ruahine School principal Leanne Angland said three of the children and the bus driver were receiving medical treatment.
Police said the children were checked over by medical staff, with one taken to Palmerston North Hospital.
A school bus hit a power pole near Dannevirke. Four children suffered minor injuries.
  1. Who is the main person or group of people in this news article?The bus driver
  2. What was the key event from the news article?The key event was the bus crash
  3. Where and when did this event take place?This happen in  Dannevirke 
  4. Explain in your own words why this event took place?because the driver many was driving fast
      5. Tell us when this event happened and explain what might happen in the future to keep focused on the road.

Monday, 13 June 2016

fire without matches and lighter/shelter

Here's how it's done:
  1. Build a tinder nest. Your tinder nest will be used to create the flame you get from the spark you're about to create. ...
  2. Make your notch. ...
  3. Place bark underneath the notch. ...
  4. Start spinning. ...
  5. Start a fire! ...
  6. Prepare your fire board. ...
  7. Rub! ...
  8. Start a fire...











A shelter can protect you from the sun, insects, wind, rain, snow, hot or cold temperatures, and undesirable observation from others. It can give you a feeling of well-being and help you maintain your will to survive.
Dangerous Dry, Arid, DesertIn some areas, your need for shelter may take precedence over your need for food and possibly even your need for water. For example, prolonged exposure to cold can cause excessive fatigue and weakness (exhaustion) in a very short time.  If in doubt about the importance of shelter, remember the “Rule of Threes”: You can survive 3 minutes without air, 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food, and in extreme, harsh environments – only 3 hours without shelter.









Sunday, 10 April 2016


Clearer, brighter 20s, 50s and 100s as new banknotes arrive

The new $20, $50 and $100 notes will start reaching our pockets from mid-May following their official launch in Wellington this morning.
The upgraded $5 and $10 notes were released last October 2015 but the current notes are still legal tender.
100 note
$50 note
$20 note
The new $20, $50 and $100 notes will start reaching our pockets following their official launch in Wellington.
1. What is the issue that your article is raising?no issue just new money coming to new zealand

2. What are the different points of view with the issue?that has to change to the new money


3. What are the different solutions for the issue?to keep it the same


4. What is your own opinion on the issue?dont changed it


Thursday, 7 April 2016

Danny Lee rates his Masters effort one of the rounds of his life.

New Zealand golfer Danny Lee rated his opening 68 one of the rounds of his life as he shook up the leaderboard at the Masters.
That self appraisal isn't surprising given the 25-year-old ended up in a tie for second with Irishman Shane Lowry, just two shots off the pace set by American Jordan Spieth.
"I cannot ask for any better place to finish after the first round and I was very pleased with my round today," Lee told media after his opening effort on Friday (NZ time).


Danny Lee and caddy Mike Hartford eye up his crucial recovery shot out of the trees on the 18th hole at the Masters.
Playing in deceptively windy conditions, Lee mixed six birdies with two bogeys. He had a blemish-free back nine where he collected three of his birdies and avoided a likely mishap at the tough 18th, saving par after a wayward tee shot ended up in the trees. Lee's remarkable recovery second shot took him to the edge of the green from where he managed a crucial two-putt 
Sky Sport
Danny Lee has fired his tee shot into the left trees on the final hole of the first round.
New Zealand golfer Danny Lee rated his opening 68 one of the rounds of his life as he shook up the leaderboard at the Masters.
That self appraisal isn't surprising given the 25-year-old ended up in a tie for second with Irishman Shane Lowry, just two shots off the pace set by American Jordan Spieth.
"I cannot ask for any better place to finish after the first round and I was very pleased with my round today," Lee told media after his opening effort on Friday (NZ time).
Danny Lee and caddy Mike Hartford eye up his crucial recovery shot out of the trees on the 18th hole at the Masters.

Thursday, 31 March 2016

Issac luke

Warriors coach Andrew McFadden labels Issac Luke's media behaviour 'unacceptable' but defends his star's commitment video

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Luke says he wants to run
DAVID LONG/Stuff.co.nz
Issac Luke says he wants to run more at the Warriors.
Warriors coach Andrew McFadden has labelled Issac Luke's behaviour at a media session "unacceptable".
But he has also revealed the personal issues hindering the star hooker's form and fitness and believed they contributed to his unusual responses to media inquiries.

Warriors coach Andrew McFadden labels Issac Luke's media behaviour 'unacceptable' but defends his star's commitment video

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Luke says he wants to run
DAVID LONG/Stuff.co.nz
Issac Luke says he wants to run more at the Warriors.
Warriors coach Andrew McFadden has labelled Issac Luke's behaviour at a media session "unacceptable".
But he has also revealed the personal issues hindering the star hooker's form and fitness and believed they contributed to his unusual responses to media inquiries.
Questioned over his struggling form at a Warriors media session, Luke was particularly curt to veteran radio reporter and game commentator Allen McLaughlin.                                                                                                                                            .1. What is the issue that your article is raising?

Warriors coach Andrew McFadden labels Issac Luke's media behaviour 'unacceptable' but defends his star's commitment 

2. What are the different points of view with the issue? the behaviour/defends

3. What are the different solutions for the issue?to win and to tackle


4. What is your own opinion on the issue?to make them win and have good behaviour