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Melanie D. Dec 11
FFS. This recovery operation needs to happen asap. Stop pissing around. What bloody evidence do you need? A volcano killed them. Give the victims back to their whānau now before blows its top!
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Alexandra Marshall Dec 10
I have no problem with humans engaging in dangerous activities like walking into active volcanic calderas - - so long as they are informed of the risk...! Tragically, those on the cruise ship may not have known. 😢
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🔥🔥 ScoMo's Gotta Go 🔥🔥 Dec 11
With the utmost respect to victims and their families, If I were ever to die on a volcano, I would be royally pissed off if more people risked their lives attempting to get my body back before it's safe.
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Tim Williams Dec 9
Ovation of the seas leaves on 4 December 2019 to Thinking of the passengers and crew caught up in the
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Melanie D. Dec 11
Replying to @melulater
Aroha nui to all the health professionals involved in their care too. Their hearts will be breaking over these patients too as they hold it together for the families and each other.
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Rod Emmerson Dec 10
...’We will hold you close..’ - cartoon in fabulous print in today’s and online here 👉
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Brad Webb Dec 11
As I listen to the press conferences about the , it’s incredible to hear New Zealand’s leaders and speak of Whānau, and of love and compassion, with such natural ease. It’s a lesson for all leaders.
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Ann  🇦🇺💞 Dec 11
24yrs of continuous eruptions . Why on earth were tourists ever allowed on the most active volcano in the Taupo zone? Another tough day for all involved or affected. ❤️💙
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Michael Morrah Dec 11
Replying to @patrickgowernz
Agreed Paddy, these guys know how to fly, and they know Whakaari better than most. Get it done.
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Ruth Stewart Dec 11
"Look after those people first, the family and friends of the people that are critical.” A rural doctor speaks from the heart in the aftermath of ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Andrea Hamblin Dec 15
Sombre homecoming as Ovation of the Seas sails into Sydney Harbour, ahead of a minutes' silence to be led by Jacinda Ardern at 2.11pm NZ time. Exactly 1 week since blast. Meanwhile, there's a sensitive mission underway to improve victims' chances of survival
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Chiara Petrone Dec 9
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Sydney Uni Media Dec 9
Geoscientist A/Prof Derek Wyman from explains how the would likely have erupted.
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Melanie D. Dec 11
Aue. death toll is now eight. 😢 Some injuries are just too grievous to survive. Aroha nui to whānau and friends.
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John Little Dec 10
I bet was not at anything similar. More likely to be sleeves up alongside rescue workers on the disaster. It's called but we don't have many examples of that at Federal govt level.
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Irish Consulate NZ Dec 12
Proud of you . It’s been a tough week in New Zealand. Thinking of all those affected by eruption Look after yourselves and each other. 💚
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A. Lorena Passarelli Dec 10
White Island/Whakaari, New Zealand-I was fortunate to visit this incredible but treacherous place last year, where you needed a mask fitted with filters to avoid the sulfur fumes. Rocks had beautiful colors! I was also fortunate to leave the island.
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M.A.SANSOM Dec 30
Only 24 hrs left to get your copy of and help me donate all 2019 royalties to for their incredible work at the disaster. KINDLE: PAPERBACK:
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RuaUílliam Dec 11
I suggest that the reporters who question when the bodies are going to be retrieved from an active volcano like go out there right now to get them. 40-60% chance of eruption in next 24hrs.
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Terry Sweetman Dec 10
The White Island disaster is a reminder to read the fine print on shore excursions from cruise ships. Pretty sure the cruise line will be insulated from the responsibilities of third part providers.
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