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Ali Clarke
Simplicitarian, historian, writer, feminist, cyclist, public transport enthusiast, gardener, cook. She/her.
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Jolisa Gracewood 9h
What I picture when the PM and Dr Bloomfield describe “identifying the perimeter of the cluster”: the wily virus as a stroppy sheep, and our public health folk and lab staff and all the people getting tested as the clever team who work to shut that gate.
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Scribble Aug 12
Hi NZ Twitter, My Brother's family bought a block of land to create an eco focussed small house community. They are thinking of 6 blocks with a communal space. Bro is now having a panic that there will be no interest. Please throw good vibes his way
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Roger Blakeley 13h
This me wearing a mask on the #14 bus today. I am wearing it every time I travel by bus. Jacinda Ardern has asked us all to wear masks in places where social distancing is difficult eg on crowded buses and trains. Kia kaha, Roger Blakeley, Chair, GWRC Transport Committee
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Mehdi Hasan 15h
Let’s be clear: Trump and the GOP’s insta-response to the second black person to get close to the Oval Office is to again ‘birther’ them; to question their identity and eligibility. This is racism, plain and simple. And reporters should label it as such.
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Gruff Harding 13h
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CvB 16h
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JuanitaNZ 15h
Cool map for Kiwis to see where people travel to for work each day from your neighborhood.
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Ali Clarke 14h
Replying to @Signsoflife27
This is great! But depressing to see the dominance of driving to work/education by people in my neighbourhood 🙁
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Ali Clarke 14h
Replying to @docdanz007
Very stylish 👍🏼😂
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NZHistory 18h
Today in History 14 Aug 1891, Women's suffrage petitions presented to Parliament
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Aaron Hawkins 18h
If you've got symptoms, get a test. WellSouth has opened a drive through COVID-19 testing facility in Dunedin. The drive through clinic is at a warehouse at Parry Street West. Symptomatic people should call 0800 Virus 19 first to be referred to their GP or the testing centre.
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Ali Clarke 18h
Dunedin friends- if you need to stock up, remember that Kaans Catering Supplies deliver to private homes. It’s a win win - support a locally-owned business affected by the pandemic plus get what you need! Most things are bulk, but not all.
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Peter Kalmus is the People's Climate Scientist 20h
Climate breakdown will not go away by ignoring it, it will just keep getting worse.
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Ali Clarke 20h
Replying to @LemnicBergola @waikato
Never been taught by her but she gives fantastic conference papers 👍🏼
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Te Kawa Robb 🌊 21h
‘The virus is the problem, not people; people are the solution.’ - Dr Bloomfield. Please remember to be kind. The challenges we face may be unequal and unseen - take care of our vulnerable, take care or each other, take care of yourself 💚🤲🏽
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JuanitaNZ 24h
This thread will make you feel better about all those things you've been meaning to do.
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Premee 23h
I TRIED THIS AND IT IS WITCHCRAFT I AM NOW HIDING UNDER MY DESK LEST I BE CAPTURED AND PUT TO THE ORDEALS
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Dr Julie Miller Jul 18
Glasses fogging with mask? Get a roll of micropore tape - $2 at any chemist.Tape the mask along the bridge of your nose and cheeks. Then glasses on top. Other way is put a folded tissue across the bridge of your nose. Long time surgical tricks. Can’t operate with fogged lenses.
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André Brett Aug 13
From the file marked "wacky 1890s ideas that would have been super awesome", the good people of Dunedin considered a hilltop tramway or light railway along the spine of the Otago Peninsula. It was even surveyed in 1901! Map from Jim Dangerfield's book Dunedin's Matchbox Railway.
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Ali Clarke Aug 13
Replying to @_mharvey
I guess it all depends on the shape of your nose, cheekbones and glasses 🤓
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