Kiwi mum shares secret on how to give your kids diabetes

A Kiwi mum has been praised by fellow parents after buying McDonald’s, KFC, pizzas and fizzy drink for her daughter’s seventh birthday. The Ratana mother shared an impressive image of the spread she put on for her daughter, and everyone was in a celebratory mood. After posting the photo in the Mongrel Mob food group Heils Kitchen, she was praised and told she’s giving her “children diabetes” and sending them down a path of love and happiness. “My girl’s 7th birthday party. Kentucky chicken, cheeseburgers, Thai food, pizza. This is…

Invercargill man plans on banning ‘fucking’ Facebook

An invercargill man has submitted an official petition calling on the Government to ban social media in New Zealand.  The petition, submitted by 86-year-old Mason Middlemiss, asks the House of Representatives to ban Facebook and other social media in the country.  “I believe that there are too many instances of cyberbullying and threats of violence on Facebook and other social media,” the petition says. “Nobody should put up with bullying by a complete stranger. Fuck Facebook and fuck you!”

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Stratton Court Australia

It has come to our attention that USA property investment company Stratton Court Australia is being run by bankrupt property developer and former life coach – Jack Steven Taylor previously known as Stephen Robert Donnelly. Jack Taylor and his current partner Tracy Duffy deny that Jack is the director of Stratton Court however evidence we have found throughout the internet tells a different story. He is clreary running the company but has it in Harry Karunanayake’s name. When you call the phone number ( 1300 701 225 ) listed on Stratton…

Kindergarten kids should be protesting climate change – Judith Collins

Judith Collins says kindergarten children should be taking part in Friday’s School Strike 4 Climate marches. Kids across the country – and around the world – are skipping classes to protest inaction on climate change.. In the small Bay of Plenty mining town of Waihi, students from primary schools and Waihi College will be joined by toddlers from Waihi Kindergarten. Head teacher Kate Mullaney told NZME while taking part is “totally optional”, none of the parents have pulled their kids out of the historic demonstration. She said the kids understand…

Alleged Christchurch shooter makes formal complaint about treatment in prison

The man accused of the Christchurch terrorist attacks has lodged a formal complaint over how he is being treated behind bars, Stuff reports. A Corrections source told the publication the prisoner complained he was being denied access to visitors and phone calls from his cell at the Auckland Prison at Paremoremo. The Department of Corrections website states, “prisoners have the right to be treated with humanity, dignity and respect while in prison”. There are human rights standards in place to ensure safe detention. The minimum entitlements under the Corrections Act state…

Facebook bans white nationalism but don’t worry, Black Lives Matter is OK

Facebook’s ban on the “support, praise and representation” of white nationalism and separatism will make a big difference to hate groups, an expert says. Massey University Professor Dr Paul Spoonley told Newshub banning the content will be a major road block for hate speech. “It really does undermine the ability of far right groups to circulate material and to network.” Facebook and Instagram will no longer allow white nationalist and separatist content from next week. It said it’s clear they’re linked to hate groups. “Our conversations with members of civil…

“Yes, we are still shit. I have lost my faith” – Kearney after NZ Warriors loss

The New Zealand Warriors have dropped to 8th place on the NRL competition ladder after their 34–6 loss to the West Tigers last night. The Warriors scored one try to the home side’s six and were scoreless in the first half while the Tigers posted twelve points.  However it was the second half that really cost the New Zealand NRL team. This was the first defeat of the season for the Warriors after their massive win against the Bulldogs last weekend, winning 40 – 6.  This match was a very different affair. “It was…

Whitcoulls pulls Jordan Peterson’s book off shelves but leaves Hitlers Mein Kampf

The move comes a day after police said that all 50 people killed in last Friday’s attack by an Australian national on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand had been identified. New Zealand’s largest bookstore retailer Whitcoulls has removed noted Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos book from its shelves following last week’s deadly shootings in two mosques in Christchurch but have left Hitlers Mein Kampf. In an email to customers, a Whitcoulls spokesperson said that the decision was made “in light of some extremely disturbing material being circulated prior, during and after the Christchurch…

We are now hosted in Iceland!

Human rights in Iceland are amazing, Iceland has championed itself as being a beacon of net neutrality and online privacy for both its citizens and any organizations who take up business domicile in the country. Of note was a 2015 parliamentary resolution on Equal Access to the Internet which re-defines “data service providers” as “common carriers”, which is believed to be in the spirit of Net Neutrality, whereby access to the Internet is part of all Icelandic citizens’ civil rights, and which are said to reflect the reality of 21st…

Hero who tackled shooter immortalised in mural

A man who died trying to tackle the Christchurch terrorist has been immortalised in a mural by Kiwi artist Paul Walsh. Walsh has painted a tribute to Naeem Rashid, one of the 50 victims of the terror attack last Friday. The piece is in a parking lot at 1925 Great North Rd, in Avondale, Auckland. Rashid and his 21-year-old son were in the Deans Ave mosque. He tried to stop the shooter but was killed trying to save others’ lives. His son, Talha Naeem, also died. Walsh posted the artwork…