We've had a very eventful week. Young Jasher Kerepa is recovering well in Starship Children's Hospital in Auckland, and donations of equine gear is rolling in from all over the North Island, after a theft at the Kawhia Kids Pony and Horse Club.
The Community Garden next to the boat storage place needs weeding and more veges needing to be planted. Anyone wanting to contribute, please make contact.
Naomi Davies, 29, donated her kidney to her six-year-old son, giving him a second chance at life. Her son Jasher Kerapa, underwent surgery in Auckland on May 27, 2015. Jasher's kidney was operating at just 10 per cent.
New Earth Nation's Sacha Stone on June 4, 2015 said: Clandestine visit from a most remarkable gent (no names yet): erstwhile economic consultant to sovereign state Presidents, Governors, Dictators, CIA, Mossad, MI5 and MI6. About to blow the whole shitty shebang in a series of formidably evidenced exposes after surviving a remarkable near death experience. Baton down the hatches and stay tuned.
Arise homosapiens. ❤
Thousands of dollars' worth of horse gear stolen from a unique pony-trekking club in Kawhia has stunned locals who say at-risk kids will be the big losers.
Bevan Taylor's message to the thieves is simple: Bring back the gear.
He says it won't earn them much, but it's priceless for the children.