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That Wanaka Tree

In the heart of the South Island, laying beside the township of Wanaka, is a crystal clear, icy cold lake complete with alpine views that might just rival paradise. 246 more words

New Zealand

Hong Kong air quality hits unhealthy levels

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

HONG KONG: Many areas in Hong Kong experienced heavy air pollution on Wednesday (Jan 17), local media reported.

Out of 16 air-quality monitoring stations, 14 stations showed a “high” to “very high” health risk during the early afternoon, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) said.  213 more words

Current Affairs

The NBN modem/router conundrum

The Liberal government ruined the NBN when it mandated that NBN Co roll out the network using a Muti Technology Mix (MTM) instead of just sticking with fibre for the whole network. 468 more words


Happy 2018, and by the way, SDWAN is growing bad...

I’ve been working more than two years in Nuage Networks traveling all around Americas (North, Central and South. And BTW, Mexicans are North-Americans. Please, don’t tell me otherwise. 556 more words


Anwar expected to be released in June: Reports

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Malaysia opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is expected to be released from prison in June, Malaysia media reported on Saturday (Jan 6).

The de facto leader of the Pakatan Harapan, who is serving a five-year sentence for sodomy, is having his jail term reduced for good behaviour, The New Straits Times said. 57 more words

Current Affairs

Elephant fatally electrocuted after smashing into cabin

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

A wild elephant met a sad end when it was fatally electrocuted after crashing into a contractors’ cabin in Gerik, Perak January 2, 2018. 241 more words

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3 siblings killed after vehicle plunges into drain in Kuantan

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

KUANTAN: Three siblings were killed when the multi-purpose vehicle they were travelling in skidded and plunged into a drain at Jalan Kuantan-Pekan, near Kampung Batu Putih at 5.45am on Saturday (Dec 23). 183 more words

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