• Tokelau Kris Faafoi; Amosa Faafoi & Rev. Tui Sopoaga.wmv

    Amosa Faafoi & Rev. Tui Sopoaga on Kris's induction to Parliament

    published: 27 Feb 2011
  • Tokelau Kris Faafoi comment_following his maiden speech in Parliament 0001.wmv

    Kris Faafoi the first Tokelauan elected to NZ Parliament (MP for Mana)

    published: 27 Feb 2011
  • Top 10 Smallest Countries in The World

    List Of The Top 10 Smallest Countries in The World 1. The world's smallest country is the Vatican, also known as the Holy See. This country fits within the Italian capital city of Rome, and is the center of the Catholic Church. Check out our list of the Top 10 Smallest Countries in the world It is also home to the biggest church in the world – St. Peter's Basilica, and holds some of the most significant art works of the Renaissance such as The Pieta and the Creation of Adam. Its income comes from the voluntary contributions of over 1 billion members of the Roman Catholic Church around the world. The remainder of its economy comes from the sales of postage stamps, tourist mementos, and admission fees of museums. 2. Monaco is home to the largest number of millionaires and billionaires...

    published: 30 Dec 2015
  • Bringing It home - Temporary Labour Migration in the Pacific

    Seasonal work in New Zealand picking fruit provides not only jobs for people from Pacific Island countries, but also opportunities to return home with new skills. The seasonal migration program has been designed together with trade unions, employers and the government to ensure that both migrating workers and farmers benefit. This and other successful labour migration schemes are being discussed at the International Conference on Small Island Developing States taking place in Samoa from September 1-4, 2014. Find out more: http://www.sids2014.org/

    published: 02 Sep 2014
  • Handful of historic treasures revealed as Govt announces $10 million Archives NZ funding boost

    There's been a rare display of priceless New Zealand archives as the Government announced $10 million of funding to better preserve our national records. The Archives NZ display included a note written by Captain James Cook in 1776, formerly secret letters to France regarding the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior, and hand-written notes from Former Prime Minister David Lange's famous Oxford debate about nuclear weapons. A blueprint of the damage Wellington would sustain in the event of an atomic bomb attack was also among the rare documents on show. Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne said the $10 million of funding will be spread over two years and help Archives New Zealand buy land for a new facility and increase storage which is currently at capacity. "We've got this wonderful treasure ...

    published: 15 May 2017
  • Imported Foods Raise Obesity, Health Issues for Pacific Islanders

    This is the VOA Special English Development Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish The World Health Organization says obesity rates are rising in Pacific island countries. So, too, are health problems linked to being overweight. The WHO says a major reason for the rising obesity rates is an increase in imported foods. It says many Pacific islanders have replaced their traditional diets of vegetables and fruits with imported processed foods. Doctor Temu Waqanivalu is with the World Health Organization's South Pacific office in Suva, Fiji. He says many of the imported products lack nutritional value. But they are widely available, he says, and often cost less than healthier foods.He says: "In some of the places, you'd be amazed to see how a bott...

    published: 22 Sep 2010
  • NDP condemns 3,000 seafarer jobs lost under CETA (Dec. 12, 2016)

    Tracey Ramsey, NDP critic for International Trade, calls out the Liberal government for pushing ahead with CETA, which will cost 3,000 seafarer jobs

    published: 12 Dec 2016
  • Human Resources Role - Disney Cruise Line Jobs

    Meet Scott, who enjoys helping people in his Human Resource role aboard Disney Cruise Line. Interested in learning more about Disney Cruise Line Jobs? Check out our website: https://www.DCLJobs.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DisneyCareers Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DisneyCruiseLineJobs Find more videos: https://www.youtube.com/DisneyCruiseLineJobs

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • Hear from the seafarers of tomorrow

    Cadets Claire, Eilidh and Cameron spoke to NITV at The Nautical Institute's 2016 Conference and AGM, held at Aberdeen.

    published: 04 Jul 2016
  • 14 Facts About Saint Vincent And The Grenadines

    credits: https://constative.com/facts-file/random-facts/14-random-facts-about-saint-vincent-and-the-grenadines music : DeJake - Horizon (Free Tropical House) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rAesI_sUVY music : Creative commons music - Free royalty music 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EkKXhWIV-k 14 Random Facts About Saint Vincent And The Grenadines Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in Taipei Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country that lies within the North American and the Caribbean.  The locals sometimes call the main island HairounThe "Grenadines" is Spanish for pomegranate, referring to the smaller islands by the main one. Take a look at some facts about Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.... The island has a population of some 120,000, as indicated by ...

    published: 30 Jul 2017
  • Time capsule unearthed in church

    Time capsule unearthed in church He ipu tawhito no tera rau tau kua rokohanga ake i te whare karakia o Hemi Tapu, i roto o Kirikiriroa.

    published: 16 Apr 2012
  • Graduate Opportunities in Foreign Affairs & Trade 2015

    Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade welcomes new graduate recruitment to the Irish Diplomatic Service. Featuring Minister Flanagan and 4 current Third Secretaries in the Department

    published: 25 Sep 2015
  • HD! unterwegs: Seychellen - Meer, Inseln und Lächeln [Doku]

    Auf einem Segeltrip durch die Seychellen reist Wasiliki Goutziomitros von Insel zu Insel. Sie streichelt die Riesenschildkröten der Insel Curieuse und erlebt Luxus pur auf der Privatinsel Frégate, die sich voll und ganz dem Ökotourismus auf höchstem Niveau verschrieben hat. Auf ihrer Reise sucht Wasiliki Goutziomitros die Antwort auf die Frage: Wieso sind die Seychellen das Paradies auf Erden?

    published: 12 Mar 2017
  • People Who Vanished into Thin Air

    People go missing every day. Some are found, some appear to have vanished into thin air. The people in this list were never found or heard from again... Subscribe to World5List http://goo.gl/cpJSA6 Find us on... -- http://www.boredbadger.com -- http://www.facebook.com/world5list What would you do if someone you loved just suddenly disappeared without a trace? with no evidence of foul play... and no reasoning behind it? join us as we examine some of the most high profile and every day people who have fallen off the face of the earth with little to no reason at all. Now immediately you might conjure images of those like Jimmy Hoffa... Hoffa was a teamsters president who clashed with the mob before mysteriously disappearing from the parking lot of a Detroit eatery in 1975. Then there's ...

    published: 17 Sep 2016
  • Green jobs are nonsense no matter where they are created or saved

    STORY: http://tinyurl.com/l7uzva If you thought the United States was the only country that has to deal with green nonsense, think again. Mark Arbib, Australias Employment Minister, made the mistake of going on Sky News to hype the left wing governments new green job initiative. Reporter David Speers goes after him like you wish American reporters would go after nonsense-spewing members of the Obama administration.

    published: 31 Jul 2009
  • Samoan section for relief society birthday

    published: 01 Mar 2017
Tokelau Kris Faafoi; Amosa Faafoi & Rev. Tui Sopoaga.wmv

Tokelau Kris Faafoi; Amosa Faafoi & Rev. Tui Sopoaga.wmv

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Amosa Faafoi & Rev. Tui Sopoaga on Kris's induction to Parliament
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Tokelau Kris Faafoi comment_following his maiden speech in Parliament 0001.wmv

Tokelau Kris Faafoi comment_following his maiden speech in Parliament 0001.wmv

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Kris Faafoi the first Tokelauan elected to NZ Parliament (MP for Mana)
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Top 10 Smallest Countries in The World

Top 10 Smallest Countries in The World

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List Of The Top 10 Smallest Countries in The World 1. The world's smallest country is the Vatican, also known as the Holy See. This country fits within the Italian capital city of Rome, and is the center of the Catholic Church. Check out our list of the Top 10 Smallest Countries in the world It is also home to the biggest church in the world – St. Peter's Basilica, and holds some of the most significant art works of the Renaissance such as The Pieta and the Creation of Adam. Its income comes from the voluntary contributions of over 1 billion members of the Roman Catholic Church around the world. The remainder of its economy comes from the sales of postage stamps, tourist mementos, and admission fees of museums. 2. Monaco is home to the largest number of millionaires and billionaires in the world. Known for its gambling and luxury goods and services industry, Monaco is a favourite playground of the rich and famous. Bordered by France on 3 sides and one side by the Mediterranean Sea, the residents of Monaco are mostly French-speaking. With a population of over 36,000, Monaco is the world's most densely populated country. The most popular annual event is the Formula 1 race, with tracks passing through the city streets. 3. Nauru is the smallest island country in the world. It was known in the 1980's for a booming phosphate mining but is now a quiet island off the radar of tourists. Nauru is also known as the country with the most obese people in the world, with 97% of its men and 93% of women being obese or overweight. Because of this, Nauru is also home to the world's highest level of type 2 diabetes, with 40% of its population suffering from the ailment. 4. Tuvalu is probably the least known of the places on this list, its formerly known as the Ellice Islands, and located in the Pacific Ocean. There are about 10,000 inhabitants, with 8km of roads, and only 1 hospital present on the main island. The country was once a British territory but became independent in 1978. It is notoriously difficult to get to and its tourism is very low which also makes it different from the others on this list. 5) San Marino is completely surrounded by Italy and is nicknamed the Most Serene Republic of San Marino. Claiming to be the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world and the 3rd smallest country in Europe, it has a population of only 30,000. Lichtenstein is a German-speaking country, this is the only nation in the world to be completely located in the Alps. Located between Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein is the richest country in the world by GDP per capita, with the lowest unemployment rate of 1.5%. It doesn't actually have an airport and visitors must go through switzerland before more travel to get there. 6. St Kitts and Nevis are known as The Mother Colony of the West Indies,and the 2 islands in the Caribbean were some of the first islands to be occupied by Europeans. Its economy is dependent on tourism and some small manufacturing industries. The islands also provide fantastic diving sites due to abundant marine life. A major sugar exporter for centuries, the large plantations are now beautiful estates that have been converted into hotels and resorts. 7. The Maldives is the smallest country in Asia in terms of area and population. There are over 1000 coral islands in the Maldives, making it one of the world's most dispersed countries. It didn't become an independent country until 1965 after many colonial rules. Today, the Maldives has a vibrant tourism economy due to its famous white sand beaches and crystal blue waters. 8. Malta is another island country located in the Med. 3 major islands make up the Republic of Malta: Gozo, Comino, and the largest, Malta. This small country has a population of over 450,000 inhabitants, making it one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Another popular tourist destination, people come to Malta for its sunny weather, attractive beaches, over 7,000 years of intriguing history, and a vibrant nightlife. 18. Grenada is known as “The Island of Spice." The world's largest producer of nutmeg and mace, this nation located near Trinidad and Tobago has a very strong influence of French tradition and culture in the country. A popular tourist destination, you'll find French-influenced architecture and art all around the island, with cricket as the most popular sport. Top 10 Smallest Countries in The World Check out other channels in our network - BABOON TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrT-gj4C3qkCfsTgs7-rp9w ROCK BEARD: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDnhRBA3A5x1dArhcvtDWAw
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Bringing It home - Temporary Labour Migration in the Pacific

Bringing It home - Temporary Labour Migration in the Pacific

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Seasonal work in New Zealand picking fruit provides not only jobs for people from Pacific Island countries, but also opportunities to return home with new skills. The seasonal migration program has been designed together with trade unions, employers and the government to ensure that both migrating workers and farmers benefit. This and other successful labour migration schemes are being discussed at the International Conference on Small Island Developing States taking place in Samoa from September 1-4, 2014. Find out more: http://www.sids2014.org/
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Handful of historic treasures revealed as Govt announces $10 million Archives NZ funding boost

Handful of historic treasures revealed as Govt announces $10 million Archives NZ funding boost

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There's been a rare display of priceless New Zealand archives as the Government announced $10 million of funding to better preserve our national records. The Archives NZ display included a note written by Captain James Cook in 1776, formerly secret letters to France regarding the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior, and hand-written notes from Former Prime Minister David Lange's famous Oxford debate about nuclear weapons. A blueprint of the damage Wellington would sustain in the event of an atomic bomb attack was also among the rare documents on show. Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne said the $10 million of funding will be spread over two years and help Archives New Zealand buy land for a new facility and increase storage which is currently at capacity. "We've got this wonderful treasure trove of data be it personal to individual families or be it in the country's national interest, that I think we need to be preserving and I think we need to be encouraging people to come and see," Minister Dunne said
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Imported Foods Raise Obesity, Health Issues for Pacific Islanders

Imported Foods Raise Obesity, Health Issues for Pacific Islanders

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This is the VOA Special English Development Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish The World Health Organization says obesity rates are rising in Pacific island countries. So, too, are health problems linked to being overweight. The WHO says a major reason for the rising obesity rates is an increase in imported foods. It says many Pacific islanders have replaced their traditional diets of vegetables and fruits with imported processed foods. Doctor Temu Waqanivalu is with the World Health Organization's South Pacific office in Suva, Fiji. He says many of the imported products lack nutritional value. But they are widely available, he says, and often cost less than healthier foods.He says: "In some of the places, you'd be amazed to see how a bottle of Coke is cheaper than a bottle of water."Doctor Waqanivalu says the increase in imported foods is only part of the problem. He says problems with agriculture production limit the availability of healthier foods. And a lack of physical activity among many Pacific islanders only adds to the obesity problem. The WHO says more than fifty percent of the population is overweight in at least ten Pacific island countries. The rate is as high as eighty percent among women in the territory of American Samoa. Fiji had the lowest obesity rate at thirty percent.In all, almost ten million people live in Pacific island countries. The WHO estimates that about forty percent of them have health disorders related to diet and nutrition. Diabetes rates are among the highest in the world. Forty-seven percent of the people in American Samoa have diabetes. So do forty-four percent of the people in Tokelau, a territory of New Zealand. By comparison, the diabetes rate is thirteen percent in the United States, a country that has its own problems with rising obesity. Officials also note an increase in nutritional problems like anemia and not enough vitamin A in the diets of Pacific islanders. Doctor Waqanivalu says treating conditions related to obesity and diet puts pressure on limited health resources and budgets. Earlier this year, leaders of island nations met in Vanuatu for the first-ever Pacific Food Summit. Doctor Waqanivalu says the issues are finally getting the attention they deserve.And that's the VOA Special English Development Report. You can post comments and find transcripts, MP3s and podcasts of our programs at voaspecialenglish.com. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 23Aug2010)
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NDP condemns 3,000 seafarer jobs lost under CETA (Dec. 12, 2016)

NDP condemns 3,000 seafarer jobs lost under CETA (Dec. 12, 2016)

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Tracey Ramsey, NDP critic for International Trade, calls out the Liberal government for pushing ahead with CETA, which will cost 3,000 seafarer jobs
https://wn.com/Ndp_Condemns_3,000_Seafarer_Jobs_Lost_Under_Ceta_(Dec._12,_2016)
Human Resources Role - Disney Cruise Line Jobs

Human Resources Role - Disney Cruise Line Jobs

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Meet Scott, who enjoys helping people in his Human Resource role aboard Disney Cruise Line. Interested in learning more about Disney Cruise Line Jobs? Check out our website: https://www.DCLJobs.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DisneyCareers Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DisneyCruiseLineJobs Find more videos: https://www.youtube.com/DisneyCruiseLineJobs
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Hear from the seafarers of tomorrow

Hear from the seafarers of tomorrow

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Cadets Claire, Eilidh and Cameron spoke to NITV at The Nautical Institute's 2016 Conference and AGM, held at Aberdeen.
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14 Facts About Saint Vincent And The Grenadines

14 Facts About Saint Vincent And The Grenadines

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credits: https://constative.com/facts-file/random-facts/14-random-facts-about-saint-vincent-and-the-grenadines music : DeJake - Horizon (Free Tropical House) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rAesI_sUVY music : Creative commons music - Free royalty music 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EkKXhWIV-k 14 Random Facts About Saint Vincent And The Grenadines Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in Taipei Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country that lies within the North American and the Caribbean.  The locals sometimes call the main island HairounThe "Grenadines" is Spanish for pomegranate, referring to the smaller islands by the main one. Take a look at some facts about Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.... The island has a population of some 120,000, as indicated by a year 2000 estimate.  Of this, 110,000 reside on the main island.  The island country operates a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and a governor-general as head of government. SEE ALSO: 100 Interesting Facts About Nigeria You Didn't Know Population109,373 (2013) CapitalKingstown CurrencyEast Caribbean dollar (XCD) Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II Governor-General: Frederick Ballantyne Prime MinisterRalph Gonsalves Continent: North America System of Government: Monarchy Official Language: English Random Facts About Saint Vincent and the Grenadines The official languages are English and French patois. Here are 14 other random facts about Saint Vincent and the Grenadines that you would love to read. 1. FISH MARKETING STYLE Fishing brings in good income for many locals.  Fish of all kinds are caught by the local fishermen.  Fish sellers travel to the villages in pickup trucks when a good catch is in.  On getting to the villages, they blow conch shells along the streets to announce that fish are for sale. 2. FEEDING GUESTS Guests invited for any meal are, as a matter of must, fed until they are satisfied. Rum is the most popular drink on the island.  It is drunk before or after a special meal, or even during a break in the day. The Vincentian rum is 70% alcohol and it is offered to all male guests. 3. SOURCE OF SUBSISTENCE Few households can subsist entirely from their farming. This is because, even though farming is popular on the island, yields are not that much.  Therefore, most families have some members engaged in wage labor. SEE ALSO: 10 Funny Facts About North Korea You Need To See 4. LIVING ABROAD Thousands of Vincentians live abroad.  Of course, almost all these have kit and kin dependent on them back home on the island to which they remit money on a regular basis.  Such remittances from abroad have become an essential part of the Vincentian economy. 5. LAND OWNERSHIP Owning land on the island is not too rigid.  Agricultural land may be owned outright, rented or sharecropped. Another provision is that land may also be held jointly by a number of siblings and their heirs.   This is made possible by the unique Caribbean land tenure system known as "family land." All who have a share in the land have a right to its produce. 6. COOL DIVISION OF LABOUR Both men and women work together on almost every activity.  But typically, women do the gardening while men do the farming and work at sea.  Traditionally, only women sell produce in the market square, while only men sell fish.  Generally women are paid less than men at service jobs. 7. WOMEN ARE RICHER On the Unlike many other peasant economies, Vincentian women have more economic power than men and are often heads of households.  In spite of this, men have a higher status.  Men and women relationships are usually placed overtly in a context of monetary/sexual favor exchange. SEE ALSO: 10 Amazing Facts About Madagascar 8. CONJUGAL RELATIONSHIPS There are three forms of conjugal relationship recognized on the island.  These are: "Visiting" (the couple resides separately) "Keeping" (non-married, living together) Legal marriage Among the majority of the population, marrying later in life is common.  Usually, this happens after a couple has had several children together.  Something else is common: women and men tend to have a number of children by different partners. 9. NO DEFINED FAMILY TYPE Family types on the island are not clearly defined.  Households in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines may be composed of extended families, nuclear families, or individuals.  What is typical on the island, though, is the matrifocal, multigenerational family type.  Overall, the composition of the household is flexible. 10. CHILD LENDING On the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the practice of "child lending" or "child shifting" is practiced. What this means is better understood in times of need. At such times of need, children are "lent" or "shifted" to the households of kin who can help to lighten the subsistence needs of a household.
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Time capsule unearthed in church

Time capsule unearthed in church

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Time capsule unearthed in church He ipu tawhito no tera rau tau kua rokohanga ake i te whare karakia o Hemi Tapu, i roto o Kirikiriroa.
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Graduate Opportunities in Foreign Affairs & Trade 2015

Graduate Opportunities in Foreign Affairs & Trade 2015

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Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade welcomes new graduate recruitment to the Irish Diplomatic Service. Featuring Minister Flanagan and 4 current Third Secretaries in the Department
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HD! unterwegs: Seychellen - Meer, Inseln und Lächeln [Doku]

HD! unterwegs: Seychellen - Meer, Inseln und Lächeln [Doku]

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Auf einem Segeltrip durch die Seychellen reist Wasiliki Goutziomitros von Insel zu Insel. Sie streichelt die Riesenschildkröten der Insel Curieuse und erlebt Luxus pur auf der Privatinsel Frégate, die sich voll und ganz dem Ökotourismus auf höchstem Niveau verschrieben hat. Auf ihrer Reise sucht Wasiliki Goutziomitros die Antwort auf die Frage: Wieso sind die Seychellen das Paradies auf Erden?
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People Who Vanished into Thin Air

People Who Vanished into Thin Air

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People go missing every day. Some are found, some appear to have vanished into thin air. The people in this list were never found or heard from again... Subscribe to World5List http://goo.gl/cpJSA6 Find us on... -- http://www.boredbadger.com -- http://www.facebook.com/world5list What would you do if someone you loved just suddenly disappeared without a trace? with no evidence of foul play... and no reasoning behind it? join us as we examine some of the most high profile and every day people who have fallen off the face of the earth with little to no reason at all. Now immediately you might conjure images of those like Jimmy Hoffa... Hoffa was a teamsters president who clashed with the mob before mysteriously disappearing from the parking lot of a Detroit eatery in 1975. Then there's the anglin brothers along with frank Morris who allegedly escaped from Alcatraz island, something that noon had ever successfully done at the time. Many theories about the 3 men have surfaced, though their bodies were never located and they seem to have simply vanished into the fog. traces of their raft and other articles would end up washing up onto the shores of the San Francisco bay. Other famous people who have never been seen or heard from again include Richey Edwards, the lead singer of popular band Manic Street preachers... Richey was only in his late 20s when he vanished into thin air in London. But famous people aren't the only ones to simply cease their existence with no probable reason. Normal every day people walk into the wind never to be heard from again... Like Ray Gricar... a longtime district attorney in Pennsylvania. Now being a DA, theres obvious job hazards.. dangers from criminals you've put in jail in the form of retaliation being probably the most prevalent, but most of the time thugs don't go to great lengths to put someone down. they simply kill them. Ricar is different however... Karen Jo Smith disappeared in 2000 with no trace and her husband would end up suffering for it. As is the case when significant others and children disappear, the parents or the companion of the person is the immediate suspect. Every year the unfortunate occurrence of children being kidnapped occurs all over the world... and in most cases, its clear what happened either by eye witness accounts, later finding the child, or someone ultimately confessing among other circumstances... but our next story comes straight out of something you might see in the famous Nicholas Cage movie, Raising Arizona. Baby Sabrina Aisenberg went missing in 1997. What makes her case so compelling and creepy.. is that she vanished from her crib in the dead of the night. Sabrina was only 4 months old.. and her mother had peeked in to check on her about midnight one evening. It was September of 1955 when this ship would set sail for a two day voyage, carrying merchant goods on its way from Samoa to the tokelau islands. Also on board were 25 crew members who performed an array of jobs from captain to deckhand. The problem is... the boat never made it to port, and it was then that it was reported missing. A month later it would be found wandering aimlessly in open water... But what would aliens need those life rafts for anyways? Give your answer in the comments below.. and also let us know what you think about these mysterious disappearances. While you're here, be sure to subscribe for more great videos like this one in the future and share this with your friends.
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Green jobs are nonsense no matter where they are created or saved

Green jobs are nonsense no matter where they are created or saved

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STORY: http://tinyurl.com/l7uzva If you thought the United States was the only country that has to deal with green nonsense, think again. Mark Arbib, Australias Employment Minister, made the mistake of going on Sky News to hype the left wing governments new green job initiative. Reporter David Speers goes after him like you wish American reporters would go after nonsense-spewing members of the Obama administration.
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Samoan section for relief society birthday

Samoan section for relief society birthday

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