Dear Oskar Schindler, Five years have passed since the
traumatic events of World War 2, yet I still cannot seem to
It was both the worst and best day of my life; coloured by a
cartwheel of emotions.
A ballpoint pen is an everyday necessity.
I am stronger than he is. My skin doesn't blister and split
every time my nail scratches the outer surface of my arm.
Alcohol is a problem in our wider community.
Imagine a small child, laughing and playing with friends and
family at the playground. Not all kids are this lucky. Some
have been forced into the gruesome world of human
Under constant pressure from effluent run-off, herbicide and
pesticide use, as well as erosion, New Zealand's rivers,
lakes and wetlands are in grave danger.
1844: a young boy by the name of Jenkins, the son of a
penurious fisherman, gingerly made his way down towards the
A dark blanket lurks, closing in on the edges of the
twinkling city, while the bustle and chatter, buoyant, rises
unafraid, to meet it.
It's faster to walk
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