I'm still at a loss at how I'm going to process the next four years, but I have done one thing and subscribed to print journalism after relying on the internet for years. This month I set up subscriptions for the ODT and North and South as well as digital editions of the New York Times, Vanity Fair (basically because Trump was having a go at them) and The Atlantic.
Also National Geographic, but I expect their political coverage to be thin - but given the uproar over putting a transgender girl on their cover, maybe not.
My absolute favourite type of empty Herald web story is “The internet is scratching its head over this latest optical illusion”, describing a meme that your auntie shared on Facebook three days ago.
And on Reddit as much as a month before.
In fact I did a search and the Herald has been posting stories based on Reddit almost daily since May last year - increased from maybe once a week from May 2013. Stories from before then were pretty much all confined to Ana Samway's Sideswipe column.
I think RNZ should be applauded for its website overhaul. It’s very clean looking and no-nonsense. The ODT has also overhauled its site and so far they haven’t put up the paywall that they had promised for April.
Of course I still go to Stuff and the Herald as well, but there’s still some non-clickbaity journalism out there.
I had childhood asthma. I remember some panicky nights with croup and mum running the bath to get some steam in my lungs. Then I had ventolin tablets. Before I grew out of it, I had something called a diskhaler, which would puncture foil discs of the drug for inhalation without the need for propellants. The downside was the mouthpiece that would get pretty groady.
We need some advice on this
The process is outlined in section 6 of the Flag Referendums Act. It says:
voters express a first preference for 1 option and may express second and further preferences for other options
So just ranking one option will be a valid vote.
There should just be a single referendum with the 6 flags. Include the current one and Red Peak with the other four. People wanting to retain the flag can rank it as number one. That's the beauty of STV, it's an instant runoff.
Andrew. Sounds like a plan. I'll be in touch tomorrow.
I'd suggest that under (c), a librarian or bookseller who can't supply the book to a person wanting to loan or buy it could ask Dr Mathieson to invoke the order.
I just so happen to be a librarian. I think I could draft something.
Do the Auckland Libraries hold a copy of the Anarchist Cookbook?
The Anarchist Cookbook was banned by the Office of Film and Literature Classification as unconditionally indecent in 1994.