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Greenpeace Raise the Temperature at Poznan

Greenpeace have finally got their team to Poznan to spread their message to the repr

How low can John Key go?

Someone to believe in...

New Zealanders have elected a new Prime Minister. John Key is our chosen man - or “The Chosen One” if you like (…assuming you voted and he didn‘t weasel in through bribes, lies, and various “favours”.

Similan Islands and Mrs Germany

When traveling long term a girl has to earn a crust (lets face it the NZ dollar doesn’t do much). After making some subtle enquiries I found out that Mrs. Germany (yes Mrs.) was in town and diving off the Similan Islands.

Phi Phi

After a few days of hustle and bustle in Phuket (is this place really an island?) every traveler needs to get away and what better place than the beautiful Koh Phi Phi island.

Key's Green Lining?

Despite dragging his feet on the vital Emissions Trading Scheme, John Key does seem to be aware of the more tangible aspects of environmental sustainability.

Stuck in Thailand? Please don't rescue me........

After trawling the net and finding an excellent flight from the Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur for $220AUD (including tax!!) I left the expensive world of Australia behind me and headed to South East Asia. The only problem was where to head next.

The Confusing World Of Kiwi Club Football

It was only a friendly and yet it said so much about the state of New Zealand club football. Australian League, New Zealand based Wellington Phoenix hammered NZFC and Oceania champions Waitakere United 7-0. A thumping that highlighted the gulf between the two spheres of club football.

DVD Review - Revolver

DVD Review - Revolver

Well its going to be another DVD review this time and again its a slightly older one with the 2005 ‘Revolver’ by Guy Ritchie.

Poznan Brings the Battle Against Climate Change to the Next Stage

From the 1st to the 14th of December a large New Zealand delegation will meet amongst 9000 participants from government, business and industry, for the 4th meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) since the

The Masochistic Pursuit of Job Hunting

It’s almost December. With Annual Over-Commercialised Gift-Giving Day just around the corner, and that jolly red Coca-Cola mascot starting to stalk me everywhere with his jolly ho-ho-ho’s, I hypnotically start thinking about the need to buy stuff. Which makes me think about money. Which makes me realise I have none. Many people popularly believe that an effective way to remedy this problem is to get a job. Unfortunately, this can be easier said than done.