L-R: Libby Charlton, 10, Mitchell Snell, 11, Wesley Akeripa, 11, athletes from the Hastings Athletics Club, pictured warming up before training at the Hawke's Bay Regional Sports Park, Hastings, have been selected in the Trans Tasman team HBT134535-01
The Great KidsCan Santa Run, along the Rotary Pathway, a 2-3km fun run/walk along Marine Parade, start/finish at the Sound Shell, Napier, where most participants wore a santa suit. HBT134537-01
Stride with pride Final parade, March Out of the Flaxmere College Service Academy, Flaxmere, Hastings, led by Ngawaka Heremia-Harriman, parade commander HBT134543-05
Bow over the Bay
Rainbow over Hawke Bay, pictured from Pioneer Highway, SH2, Awatoto, Napier HBT134547-01
Richard Gillespie, Napier, goalie, Hawke's Bay United soccer team, used to play for Waitakere (who he'll be playing on Sunday), with his children L-R: Cooper, 6 months, and Kayla, 2 (wearing his old Waitakere strip) HBT134549-03
"Woman who believes cancer is illegal, discovered she had five large masses on her uterus. She went into her surgeon for a pre-op checkup. He waved the ultrasound(?) wand over her body confirming the five large masses, live on screen. Surgeon pointed them out to her and saying the only option is a full hysterectomy. “See them here?” He began to go over them a second time pointing them out to her.
As he pointed to the first one it literally disappeared on the screen. Surprised he went to the next one. It then disappeared under his ‘waving.’ One by one they each disappeared as he attempted to point them out. Flustered he changed the equipment but they could no longer find ANY masses. Finally he said “There is absolutely no need for you or me to be here. Go home.” Now, three years later, there are no masses and cancer remains illegal. Redding, Ca"
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