The tiny, indeed almost non-existent audiences, despite sunny days, at most provincial rugby matches provides further evidence of the game’s fading appeal.
Posts By Sir Bob Jones
Accountants have always borne the brunt of ridicule, namely as timid souls kicking for touch in life’s journey. So be it if that’s what they seek.
The above, a Herald front-page item yesterday. Frankly, it’s presumptuous. How joyous will it be if the baby turns out to be black?
It’s clear NZ First will go into the next election with Winston Peters at the helm. He’s been here before, notably after 2008 when for the first time since he formed his Party nearly three decades back, it was out of Parliament. He’s the Lazarus of New Zealand politics, and will rise again, specially in the current flux.
The recent death of 1979 Nobel Prize winning American physicist Steven Weinberg aged 88, recalled his famous quip about the evolution of the universe in the three minutes after the Big Bang, specifically, “After that, nothing of any interest would happen in the history of the universe”.