Monday, 9 December 2019

Weather Bomb Hits Te Waipounamu

A huge weather bomb has hit large parts of Te Waipounamu.

With crazy weather, that includes high winds and torrential rain, have soaked large parts of southern New Zealand.

Townships on the West Coast including Franz Josef and Fox are cut off as washouts and slips blocked State Highway 6.

Thursday, 5 December 2019

Last Woodworks Class For The Year

For the last Day of Tech I had a little bit to do. I just had to put the front of the helicopter on and add the perpilors to it which was easy but long because it took half the leason for him to get to me which was very annoying but I did get it done at the end of the lesson which was good. To be honest I think my helicopter turned out good in the end. I think I did a good job on making it.

Monday, 2 December 2019

Air NZ To Offer In-Flight Exercise Classes

Air New Zealand has teamed up with a fitness company  called Les Mills to create a series of free inflight exercises.

By the beginning of this month, everyone of Air New Zealand's international passengers will have access to a series of stretches, exercises and meditation.

They are doing this because they hoped for passengers to have a good experience with their flight.

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

New Zealand Largest Waterslide opens

At a water park there has been a new slide release. The slide has been name Conical Thrill and is 13.5 metres high.

One of the interesting features of the slide is that it includes a twisting hydroslide before a steep drop that propels people up a vertical wall for a moment of weightlessness. The new slide was open on Friday morning. New thermal pods connected by waterfalls were open as well.

I for one wish to go to the water slide because it looks really big. I am also curious on the weightlessness bit. I also want to try out the vertical floor thing when it opens and you fall through it. If I were to rate the slide I would rate it 10 out of 10 from how cool it looks.a

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Being cybersmart

The importance of learning about Cybersmart is so we can be safe online and not get scammed. If you go on a site you do not do at all you should be careful.

Watching out for emails that request money or you to click on a link to get some money those are scams.

Friday, 1 November 2019

Kiwi FireFighter To use Vr Headsets to Train

Firefighters will begin to use Vr headsets to do some training and prepare them for complex missions and unsafe scenarios.

The FLAIM system that was made in Australia, creates real life scenarios in the vr headset and it
includes protective clothing that generates realistic heat.

That means that the firefighters can go in the buildings that have a lot of fire while they are safe in the real world.

Thursday, 31 October 2019

Wood Works

Today at tech I was sand papering my joint so the wood could fit in it. It took a while for it to be able to fit. After a couple of minutes I went to  Mr Grundy to show my work but he just ignored me:(