Thursday, 25 May 2017

Our Last Tech.

Last Wednesday, We went to Tamaki Collage. Once we got there I was partnered up with Meafou, and we made Blueberry Muffins. We had to preheat the Oven to 180c degrees, once we got all of the ingredients ready, Meafou and I had turns mixing the mixture. Once we finished cooking our Blueberry Muffins we took it to School and ate it from there. They tasted delicious!! 

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Cyclone Donna leftovers bring heavy rain to New Zealand

Get ready for heavy rain as the cyclone heads towards to New Zealand, people are warned to prepare for flooding.  Auckland should expect the heaviest rain on Thursday night. When the cyclone hits New Zealand, it expected to bring heavy rain and heavy winds. New Zealand , as up to 200mm of rain is expected to fall around Nelson.

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

$7 for a head of lettuce as post-cyclone vege price hike continues

Iceberg lettuce prices have soared to $7 a head following a shortage thanks to a wet and wild growing season. Photo/ Supplied

Shoppers are paying up to 7$ for lettuce. Cauliflower were also pricey, selling for $7.99 at one New World and $6.49 at Auckland Countdown. At New World Victoria park, iceberg lettuces cost $7 for a head wrap or $6.99 unwrapped. Bagged lettuce was also expensive, between $4 and $6. The humble cabbage was selling for 6.99 at New World, but it only $2.50 at Countdown.

Monday, 8 May 2017

Fire guts central Christchurch flat, injuring one person

                                 A Barbadoes St flat went up in flames early on Sunday morning.

A fire that gutted a central Christchurch flat was allegedly lit by the woman who lived there. The front unit of the barbadoes St property was ablaze when emergency services arrived about 8:25am on Sunday. The woman was taken to Christchurch hospital where she was treated for very minor, which the police said. Neighbors reported hearing bangs before going outside and seeing the street filled with firefighters, police and the ambulance staff. They arrested the woman and she'll appear in court on Monday.

Friday, 5 May 2017

Pilot watches $2m helicopter pulled from Porirua Harbour

The Helicopter that crashed into Porirua Harbour on Tuesday has been recovered from the water. The pilot Rick Lucas, who was in the aircraft when it crashed, and his 13 year old son Bryan watched it as it came in. As the helicopter drop to the water, their were floating attached blow up bags on the side of the helicopter. Mr Lucas confirmed he will appear in court later this month on a charge of careless use of an aircraft.