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Have You Seen Me?

The bike in the photograph above shows what was taken – that’s right, TAKEN – from me two weeks ago right in front of Christchurch Hospital. 413 more words


Rising Above...

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I’m fortunate to live in the district of Waimakariri (translated from Māori as ‘Cold Water’) – located on New Zealand’s beautiful South Island. 234 more words

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Algal bloom warnings commence again for summer season

The first of the this season’s algal bloom warnings has been issued by the Canterbury District Health Board.   Dogs can become very sick and die from exposure to toxic algae (cyanobacteria), so heed this warning about contact with Lake Forsyth, Te Wairewa: 7 more words

Dog Care

Integration at its worst? Management of Te Roto o Wairewa / Lake Forsyth

1) History of Wairewa:
Te Roto o Wairewa / Lake Forsyth (Wairewa) has been an important area to Māori people for hundreds of years. In fact items have been found to suggest that Māori have had a presence there for the last 600-700 years. 1,146 more words

Integrated Environmental Management