First it was blowfly eggs in a piece of chicken discovered by an Auckland woman in January this year. And now a rat’s foot has been found in a saveloy sausage by a Whanganui toddler less than two months later. There is a high ick factor here, and food for thought on the dietary choices we make. (more…)
Day: August 4, 2016
I read the recent promotion of duck shooting advertisement in the Herald on Sunday with disquiet. You see, I have always been one to stick up for the underdog (in this case the underduck). The duck certainly needs an ally. It’s not as if they can build trenches in the wetlands and shoot back at the hunters. (more…)
Lynley Tulloch is a lecturer in education at the University of Waikato
Victor Barrio and Lorenzo the Manos bull had a terrible and deathly battle on Saturday, one that ended badly for them both. (more…)
By Lynley Tulloch
They say that fate is the result of both choice and chance.
This I believe to be true, as it was a combination of both that led to Gabriel coming into my life and changing it forever. (more…)