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Last 50 tweets from @NZClarke
That's one small step for supreme court justices.
One giant leap backwards for womankind.😪
 
Having stood with Boss and his roading crew at the washed out bridge just 1 week ago with predictions saying crucial repair was weeks away, this is an incredible feat. What an amazing local effort to link up cut off whanau on the coast.
Not all heroes wear capes! These amazing East Coasties fixed the bridge 11 days ahead of schedule on the ONLY road State Highway 35! This allowed crucial services to resume. Blackbee contractors are an example of what increased local procurement can do! By local for local! pic.twitter.com/N5FYB6oMkB
 
~yes but have you ever seen Clarke Gayford and me in the same room at the same time?
#justaskingquestions
 
Had a couple of milestones slip past recently.
~FISH OF THE DAY is now onscreen in Japan in 4KHDR with 5.1 surround sound on the WOWOW network. #fancyformat
~ and have been shortlisted for Best Lifestyle book at the NZ Booklovers Awards.
#fancynonfiction
Nice.
 
Good to see the New Zealand parliament flying the Ukrainian flag today in support of it's brave people. We stand with Ukraine during this senseless immoral invasion.
 
Unbelievably sad news that Jeroen Jongejans from Dive Tutukaka passed away suddenly last night. A relentless driving force behind the Poor Knights Marine reserve, leaving one hell of a legacy. Thinking of you Kate and dive tuts whanau, awful news to take in.
 
Clarke Gayford Retweeted ·  
“The death toll during the Omicron wave is about 17 percent higher so far than the death toll in the Delta wave.”

People downplaying population level effects of #Omicron in the USA are in dangerous denial.
@nytimes
 
Through excess Covid deaths NZ is 1 of only 3 countries in the world where life expectancy has actually increased.
We also have 98% of teachers vaccinated.
But best of all my hometown is only 500 short of hitting 90% first dose.
Ka pai to all of this.
 
It's the No 1 recommendation in the Heralds Gifts for Gourmets guide & fancy endorsement from the man himself, Mr Peter Gordon. I enjoy creating things but I'm a bit useless at promotion of said creations, so its lovely to have the support!
Christmas is how far away you say??
 
Ok @NZClarke we just watched the Devil’s Staircase episode & we’ll do the parallel effort next winter - 600km the other direction from Ōtautahi, over 2 mountain passes & up a steep, slippery driveway. I’m gonna put a digger, bulldozer & tractor on standby! 😱🏠🚛🚜 #MovingHouses
Replying to @DrSeaRotmann
this sounds interesting! - good luck, I find them really stressful and I'm not the owner.
 
I only come to twitter to check this site, and what bloody good news to find. The incredible little battler 4BWRB - the little Godwit that got knocked back to Alaska after a massive 57 hour 4000km effort having to start again,only to end in New Cal, is now FINALLY coming home!
The transmitter godwits that have been resting in New Caledonia for sometime are now on their way to New Zealand, hopefully we can catch up with them as soon as the COVID restrictions are eased pic.twitter.com/nUe2XiSaL4
 
In reply to @NZClarke
UPDATE: Hey you with the 6 pack of Long Whites and fist full of Purple Goanna's, sorry to disappoint, but LK HQ have been in touch and it sounds like someone has gone down the main street handing the signs out & they've been naively put up.
Replying to @NZClarke
From LK HQ: "The store had agreed to display the notice at the request of a local community member. LK strongly supports New Zealand’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts to protect our staff and customers. The sign has been taken down."
 
Hey good news young people, the Whangamata LK is no longer discriminating on age, what a treat. 🥴 @LiquorKingNZ pic.twitter.com/cvILxY46KK
Replying to @NZClarke
UPDATE: Hey you with the 6 pack of Long Whites and fist full of Purple Goanna's, sorry to disappoint, but LK HQ have been in touch and it sounds like someone has gone down the main street handing the signs out & they've been naively put up.
 
Hey good news young people, the Whangamata LK is no longer discriminating on age, what a treat. 🥴 @LiquorKingNZ
 
It's not everyday you see Wonder Woman being told off by a Prime Minister for sneaking out of the house to use her new trampoline, but these are the crazy times we live in I guess.
People keep saying I've gone soft and lost my dangerous edge, but I've just bought a Trampoline in Wellington.
 
These are the tweets I check in for.
Well done jnr.
Well what a relief, the bird is now safely in NZ, after making the necessary course correction just in time, but covered about 4900km to cover the direct route of 3000km, nature is amazing do you agree pic.twitter.com/wfQsok1QAu
 
In reply to @NZClarke
What will the security uncles think about that?
I've already had one mention that we might have a hard time keeping the night shift team off it.
 
In reply to @NZClarke
Buying a trampoline in Wellington is not just a personal choice. It affects your neighbours too.
Replying to @carolineannagl1
Standing by for awkward introductions.
 
People keep saying I've gone soft and lost my dangerous edge, but I've just bought a Trampoline in Wellington.
 
Really rewarding move tonight on Moving Houses, with a chch earthquake orphaned house with the fantastic Nicky and Ray.
TV1 7.30pm (now!)
 
Amongst everything else which is all consuming currently, to somehow find the extra capacity to negotiate what is an incredible deal for Kiwis, I couldn’t be prouder of Jacinda and the team, I do hope people realise what has been achieved here. Great work.
stuff.co.nz/national/polit…
 
In reply to @NZClarke
@NZClarke thanks for nerd tip re “my food bag” planning.
Just sorted ours into bags in fridge. Brilliant idea.
haha, it has really improved my efficiency at dinner time.
 
In reply to @NZClarke
Opps - just put albatross first, then exactly what you described with the other 4.
 
In reply to @NZClarke
There's a real danger of blandness in this 5 bird voting system as it rewards bird name recognition, ie: a more obscure bird might get your vote, but then filling out the other 4 votes people fall back into their comfort birds, boosting the numbers of the well worn ie: Kakasnore
Replying to @NZClarke
If you truly believe in your bird, I'd suggest making just 1 vote. (It seems to work) If you truly believe in the under dog, in Hollywood endings, in supporting the little battler that did, but was denied. Then please do as I have and VOTE FOR TOROA FOR BIRD OF THE YEAR.
 
Voting has opened for birdoftheyear.org.nz
and it's time to right a wrong NZ.
Last year a terrible injustice occurred when the Toroa (Antipodean Albatross) won the most votes but was knocked back by the voting aggregate system that crowned the Kakapo the eventual winner.
Replying to @NZClarke
There's a real danger of blandness in this 5 bird voting system as it rewards bird name recognition, ie: a more obscure bird might get your vote, but then filling out the other 4 votes people fall back into their comfort birds, boosting the numbers of the well worn ie: Kakasnore
 
Voting has opened for birdoftheyear.org.nz
and it's time to right a wrong NZ.
Last year a terrible injustice occurred when the Toroa (Antipodean Albatross) won the most votes but was knocked back by the voting aggregate system that crowned the Kakapo the eventual winner.
 
To all the NZ Muso’s who have put themselves on the line by speaking up for the vax, I know its not been easy given some of the miss-educated noise you’ve faced.
I just want to say that I see you, and I am keeping receipts.
Your support will not be forgotten.
#SuperSaturday
 
To do this weekend.
1. Get vaccinated.
2. Have a gentle conversation with someone hesitant that you know.

Personal connection trumps everything & perseverance works. Feedback from clinic visits showed it was sometimes the 2nd or 3rd chat that got the wary across the line.
 
Only one tagged bird flying at the moment, 0ne of the young birds, but is it coming direct to NZ or has it been diverted to Australia by the storm in the middle of the Tasman sea at the moment? Any guesses? pic.twitter.com/efIFTXu6xy
Replying to @miranda_trust
Is 4BWRB still stalled in New Cal?
 
91% eligible hv had first dose in Wellington
54% full vax in Auckland
But it’s stories below that give me the most hope.

Ask not what your country can do for you,
Ask what you can do to get that favourite uncle with a respiratory illness in a for a shot
stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/…
 
In awe.
Now @NZClarke has caught many a fish but never solo while fishing from a traditional Niuean paopao (one on the wharf): 115kg blue marlin. A real contest, unlike those floating gin palaces with all the gear tvniue.com/2021/10/62-yea… pic.twitter.com/hoNTtb1Yrk
Replying to @MichaelFieldNZ
wow great catch, and hauled in through the rip at Avatele! That will fish be spread far and wide.
 
🥕or stick, the most important thing in these is the power of personal connection in action.

Ask not what your country can do for you,
Ask what you can do to get Jermaine and Sarah from indoor netball vaccinated.
 
To every fabulous person who went and got their first jab over the weekend, you have have until midnight tonight to email me your details and proof of vaccine to get that chocolate fish. Thanks for getting vaccinated!! Email: sevensharp@tvnz.co.nz
Replying to @Hilary_Barry
~outstanding work Hilary, thank you.
 
Clarke Gayford Retweeted ·  
When my gorgeous 21yr son visited the other weekend, I told him that he couldn’t stay again without getting vaccinated as my partner is at risk. He went straight out and got a jab the very next day. So lovely to have him visit again this weekend! ❤️#ProudMum #VaccinationIsLove
 
I think we can all relate to coming back from holiday with a 'buffy flush to the underparts'
Juveniles then move to the coast and fatten up for a nonstop flight of 11,000km+, when they first arrive in NZ have very speckled upper parts and a buffy flush to the underparts and the feathers are all new unlike the adults who often arrive back with well worn feathers.
 
In reply to @NZClarke
Clarke the vaccinated folk like you are very butt hurt about people choosing health. Why worry about those who choose to beat the virus naturally? OR Those who run the risk of already holding the Antibodies from unknown infection!
Replying to @MattBH93 @thebaileymackey and 2 others
Because you are 119 times more likely to be hospitalized without a vaccine, thats not even science thats a stat. You are also much less likely to infect other more vulnerable around you, and because no hospital system in the world has coped with high no's of unvaxxed people.
 
700k now Covid dead in the US, owing in part to rural areas being hit harder in following waves.
The low vax rate in my hometown makes me sad and anxious, I wonder what more I can do to make people understand what needs to happen?
@thebaileymackey @KiriAllan @Tairawhiti_muse
There are pockets in Northland and the East Coast/Tairāwhiti sitting at less than 40 per cent vaccinated, which Ashley Bloomfield says are like fire to a heat-seeking missile for the virus.

#HeraldPremium nzherald.co.nz/nz/the-90-proj… pic.twitter.com/YEJrMEi64o
 
Omg just saw ads for @NZClarke’s show Moving Houses. I’m gonna binge watch this with bated breath seeing we’re going to try and move an 18 x 6.5m prefab from Christchurch over the Tākāka Hill all the way up to the end of the line! 🏠😳🚛
Replying to @DrSeaRotmann
lengths not to bad, and width should be fine. Not to give too much away but we took a 10.5m wide load down the devil staircase in QT. And one home over 20m long we moved over 650km. You can do this!
 
This is good news, ol mate 4BWRB the little Godwit battler that could, has made it to New Cal. Hopefully just taking a short break before the final leg home.
4BWRB This is the godwit which departed from Alaska earlier but 57 hours and 4000km later was back to his starting point on the YK Delta. Well he is having another go and after a good straight run flew the length of New Caledonia to land at the northern end of the island.
 
Seeing our Godwits IRL makes you appreciate their journey even more. More flapper than glider they have a chunky little chasis that makes them seem such unlikely contenders for the longest avian non-stop migration on earth. 29,000km round trip.
Spent the morning with the wonderful folk @miranda_trust watching thousands of newly arrived bar-tailed #godwits (kuaka) come in with the tide (a pictorial #thread) pic.twitter.com/DMLnJDQavC
 
Clarke Gayford Retweeted ·  
The PM asked people like me to reach out so here goes:
I'm a person who is nervous about having vaccines, as a consequence of an adverse reaction in the past. I've had both my Covid shots. If you're nervous about getting your first Covid jab, I'm here for you. Ask me anything.
 
Clarke Gayford Retweeted ·  
In reply to @TraceyBarnett
If my Dad at 99 years, 6 months & 1 week could have his 2nd #COVID19 jab, what excuse can there be for others to hang back??? #GetVaccinatedNow
 
Hi @NewshubNZ Absolutely not a lashing, and still not married, but thank-you for amplifying the Vaccine message.
Best of luck to anyone actively engaging with those who might need a nudge over the line today. Your personal connection is one the best tools we have. Kia Kaha.
 
In reply to @NZClarke
Talk to friends, talk to family, talk to neighbours & extended whanau, beg them,bribe them,wear them down, hold out visits from your kids, offer car rides or computer booking skills, do whatever you can be it carrot or stick to find a way to get those hesitant around you onboard
Replying to @NZClarke
Because our future and so many lives depend on it, and for selfish reasons I have a 3yr old who needs to see more of her mum. bookmyvaccine.covid19.health.nz
 
In reply to @NZClarke
We all know the neglect ours has had. The thing that should unite us all in this is the desire to return to a normal life. The way you play a part is to use the incredible power you have of personal connection to help persuade those who are reluctant.
Replying to @NZClarke
Talk to friends, talk to family, talk to neighbours & extended whanau, beg them,bribe them,wear them down, hold out visits from your kids, offer car rides or computer booking skills, do whatever you can be it carrot or stick to find a way to get those hesitant around you onboard
 
In reply to @NZClarke
The only way through this is by protecting the people you love by protecting yourself. As the PM of Singapore has said, please let the vaccine find you before Covid does' It’s brutal, but it's honest. No where in the world has any health care system matched Covid...
Replying to @NZClarke
We all know the neglect ours has had. The thing that should unite us all in this is the desire to return to a normal life. The way you play a part is to use the incredible power you have of personal connection to help persuade those who are reluctant.
 
In reply to @NZClarke
the vaccine drive. The win-win was sitting there. Because here’s the thing. All roads back to a semi-normal life free of restrictions, which are a burden on EVERYONE, involve GETTING A SHOT. It really is as simple and yet as important as that.
Replying to @NZClarke
The only way through this is by protecting the people you love by protecting yourself. As the PM of Singapore has said, please let the vaccine find you before Covid does' It’s brutal, but it's honest. No where in the world has any health care system matched Covid...
 
In reply to @NZClarke
It was such a shame that the name slinging&use of disinformation divided his contribution into partisan politics.Having such valuable reach across all platforms should have been a golden ticket to present as a mature statesman&a popular former PM to help swing us all in behind..
Replying to @NZClarke
the vaccine drive. The win-win was sitting there. Because here’s the thing. All roads back to a semi-normal life free of restrictions, which are a burden on EVERYONE, involve GETTING A SHOT. It really is as simple and yet as important as that.
 
THREAD.
Now that the dust has settled a bit are we able to rationally reflect on what exactly Sir John Key has added to the conversation and cause of our once in a generation pandemic response? Was there a single new idea that wasn’t already planned, discussed or in train?
Replying to @NZClarke
It was such a shame that the name slinging&use of disinformation divided his contribution into partisan politics.Having such valuable reach across all platforms should have been a golden ticket to present as a mature statesman&a popular former PM to help swing us all in behind..
 
THREAD.
Now that the dust has settled a bit are we able to rationally reflect on what exactly Sir John Key has added to the conversation and cause of our once in a generation pandemic response? Was there a single new idea that wasn’t already planned, discussed or in train?
 
 
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