Daily Proverb

Proverbs 30

1The sayings of Agur son of Jakeh contain this message. I am weary, O God; I am weary and worn out, O God.

Saturday nightCap

In this country, he wouldn’t be a hero


Today’s Trivia


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The “world’s most dangerous golf course” is surrounded on three sides by live minefields. (Source)

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How monkeys that get cucumber become moderators


So that’s how you do it


Daily Roundup


An actual sign, indicating the risk of the “technically blind”

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Latest news headlines from Reuters


Labour wants to double New Zealand’s refugee quota

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After getting conned into going to the Middle East, Labour are trying hard to turn it into a positive.

Labour has committed to doubling New Zealand’s refugee quota at a cost of $60 million a year.

It comes after Labour leader Andrew Little visited the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan as part of his trip to meet with New Zealand Army trainers deployed in Camp Taji, Iraq.

Mr Little told The Nation doubling New Zealand’s refugee quote from 750 to 1500 would be about right in terms of its global contribution. Read more »