Many will agree with Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy that his gun center Justin Olam should be considered among the NRL’s very best. Olam ran for 116 metres and had four tackle busts, a try assist, two line-break assists, an offload and a line-break during the Storm’s 36-24 win over the Eels Saturday. Huge performance.
Australia and NZ are opening up travel from next week although restricted only to Covid-19-safe states such as NSW. But it’s a start anyway. Any news on PNG?
Someone in Hohola, Port Moresby sent this yesterday: We cannot sleep at night because of the boom box music blaring from 8pm to dawn Friday to Sunday each week along Hibiscus Street. We call police 1800100 or the Hohola police station number but no answer. We need our sleep.
Perplexing to see some pastors yell and sweat until they sound hoarse and wet. Perhaps their message may get through better if they speak to their congregation in a much softer tone and lower volume. We are not all deaf.
The Covid-19 does not discriminate. It affects all human beings – queens, presidents (eg Donald Trump), the rich and famous, the poor and ordinary folks, the old and young, male and female. Just heed heath rules folks.
Everyone rushes to park in the shade but not many plant trees. Or for some reason such as along the roads in Port Moresby, beautiful trees continue to be cut down for some reason. Why we wonder.
Holding on to anger is like holding on to the anchor and jumping into the sea. You will drown if you do not let it go.
No one can set your level of worthiness except you.
– Bryant McGill.