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A streaker helps a kiwi reporter raise awareness for prostate cancer : New Zealand reporter Hamish McKay was doing a live report on a bike race intended to raise awareness for prostate cancer when a nude male streaker flashed behind him, obviously trying to draw attention to this serious issue. No word on if the streaker was arrested or probed at the jail by officers or inmates for prostate cancer. See the video at 3news.
Find out the latest news around the school and upcoming events. It was a pleasure to see so many excited children show their parents around the school and share their learning last Friday during the Year Student Led Conferences. This is our third year using the format you experienced last Friday and it is very evident that the children have improved when sharing their learning but it is also evident that parents have also improved in asking follow up questions.
Initially training in the performing arts at the Central School of Speech and Dramahe then entered the fashion business, writing for popular fashion magazines and appearing on various television shows. InChannel 4 employed him to present his own television show, How to Look Good Nakedwhich lasted for three series. Moving into other genres, he presented a series of documentaries on social problems among young people, drawing on his personal battles with obesity and homophobiaand presented a Chinese cooking show entitled Gok Cooks Chinese. Wan stood out from his peers from a young age and endured bullying from other children due to the fact that he was mixed racetall, overweight and gay.
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The message from Beijing: If you have worries about the bill, keep them to yourself. And they did — until hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets. When the Chinese government appeared unsure how to react, and a later protest turned violentbusiness leaders were stirred into action.