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Sorry Queenstown, this is the world’s most scenic airport landing

For the third year running, a small Irish airport has been named the most scenic place to land in the world.

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For the third year running, a small Irish airport has been named the most scenic place to land in the world.
Donegal Airport, in the north west of the country, has been voted the prettiest by more than 6000 aviation enthusiasts and frequent flyers in a poll run by booking company PrivateFly.
The airport has sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean, and hugs the rugged coastline.
One voter said: Stunning varied scenery including mountains sea and beautiful beaches in the vicinity of the airport…

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İspanyol gribi nedir ve ne zaman çıktı? İşte tarihin en büyük salgını hakkında bilgi!

50 milyondan fazla insanın hayatını kaybetmesine neden olan İspanyol gribi, insanlık tarihinin gördüğü en büyük salgınlardan biriydi. ABD başta olmak üzere pek …

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spanyol gribi 1918-1920 yllar arasnda H1N1 virüsünün ölümcül bir alt türünün yol açt grip salgndr. spanyol Gribi, 500 Milyondan fazla kiiye bulamas sonucu 18 ay içinde 50 milyon dolaynda insann ölümüne sebep olarak insanlk tarihinde bilinen en büyük salgnlardan biri olmutur. Salgn lml ilk dalga, iddetli ikinci dalga ve artç üçüncü dalga olmak üzere üç dalga halinde seyretmitir. spanyol Gribinin bir özellii, zayf, yal ve çocuklardan çok, salkl genç erikinleri etkilemi olmasdr. I. Dünya Sava’nn so…

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Social media makes this ‘our time to shine’, say Pasifika businesswomen

South Auckland is a rich place, and the opportunities to showcase its heart using social media are “amazing”, says Coconut Wireless’ Mary Aue.

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Young Pasifika businesswomen say the rise of social media means now is their time to shine.
There are about 310,000 Pacific people in the country, living mostly in Auckland, with an average income of $40,300 a year, compared with $53,500 for non-Pacific, according to 2018 Treasury report The New Zealand Pacific Economy.
Factors weighing on the communitys economic performance include the young Pacific population 46 per cent were under 20 years old and lower qualifications and skills, leading …

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Eco-friendly pirate ship treehouse a hidden treasure at tiny house retreat

A former shell of a sailboat has been transformed into a quirky tiny house with upcycled kauri timber and items found on the side of the road.

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Perhaps its because I dreamed of being a pirate of the Caribbean – or at least of the Coromandel – as a kid that I was so entranced by the idea of sleeping in a pirate ship-shaped treehouse.
Moored in rural Waimauku in West Auckland, about a 10-minute drive from Muriwai Beach, the Hinemoana sails through pine trees rather than high seas these days. But she still seemed a perfect vehicle for living out those swashbuckling childhood fantasies for a weekend (I can assure you I no longer aspire t…

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