WATCH: Mum on a Mission

first_imgTHE YOUTUBE VIDEO POLITICIANS DON’T WANT NZ PARENTS TO SEEIn 2007, politicians changed the laws making it illegal for parents to use smacking as form of correction with their children. The referendum in 2009 revealed that 87% of New Zealanders opposed this move believing that it wouldn’t solve genuine child abuse but would lead to good parents being unjustly persecuted.To assuage these fears, John Key stated that “If I see good parents getting criminalised for lightly smacking their children for the purposes of discipline, I’m going to change the law.”Here’s the evidence.To see ALL the evidence, go to www.protectgoodparents.org.nzAlso watch “My Mummy’s A Criminal” (2011) at www.protectgoodparents.org.nzlast_img

Coach Polo writes to Hearts management to sack his backroom staff

first_imgHearts of Oak Coach Mohammed Polo has formally written to the club’s Management requesting that all of his backroom staff are sacked with immediate effect.Polo’s request has been forwarded to the Hearts Board Chairman and the Management. Meanwhile the Technical team has been mandated to hold an emergency crises meeting on Tuesday on the technical head’s request at the club’s Secretariat.Polo is insisting that he wants to put together his own back room staff of which he does not want to include any of the current members.If the Management of Hearts  accepts to implement Polo’s request it  means ; Nat Ofosu (Welfare Officer), Dan Tettevi (Goalkeeper’s Coach), Ben Adjei (First Assistant) and Jacob Nettey (Second Assistant) would all be affected and will have to make way for Polo’s new team.“I have told the Management I cant work with these guys. I have had enough of them and the better and earlier they leave the best it will be for me and the progress of the team”. He saidThis request comes as a result of the club’s 2-1 lost to Medeama SC in a midweek action  and a goalless game against King on Sundaylast_img read more