A gentleman in Hawaii caught an Uber with his buddies. He headed for the front seat on the left side of the vehicle. Apparently it was the driver’s seat. He forgot that in America, the driver’s seat is located on the left side. Oops
For those not sure what an Uber is. It works where passengers use an app to order a ride, where they are quoted the fare. A visa card is needed to link your card to the uber app. And, of course, good internet connection and google maps is a must.
Good to see Boroko market bus stop much cleaner now after city rangers got rid of betel nut vendors. But vendors have also diversified their services at the Boroko area by selling their green nuts in empty egg containers.
Channel Nine commentator Peter Sterling suggested on the weekend that 26 points would secure a finals berth and Phil Gould declared 25 points may be enough – a prediction supported by NRL.com Stats. According to NRL.com’s Strength of Schedule, Brisbane are forecast to win up to three of their remaining six games and the Broncos are considered to have one of the more favourable run homes, along with Parramatta, St George Illawarra and Wests Tigers.
It’s only six weeks to go before the NRL finals round. Will it be the Storms or an outsider like the Raiders? May the best team win.
A Pakistani journalist has taken in-depth reporting to new levels. Azadar Hussain become an internet sensation for his willingness to take the plunge for a live report on Punjab province’s from devastating floods, delivered neck-deep in water with only his head and microphone visible. We’re not sure if he knows how to swim though.
“Family planning is the practice of men and women sitting together and talking about how many children they would have and when to have them,” UPNG School of Medicine and Health Science senior lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Arthur Elijah