Friday, 24 October 2014

Why is a Medical Centre important to the Community?

Why is a Medical Centre important  to the Community?

A medical centre is important because people go there so that they could seek medical advice from Doctors and Nurses.

Medical centres are used to help people with epidemic diseases or human viruses, where they are isolated so that they can’t spread their diseases or viruses to the other people.

People also go to the doctors for emergency treatment like bandage dressing, or seeing skin infections, X rays, cuts.

People can also go to the doctors if they’re sick. They could go to the doctors if they are coughing, sneezing,  or if they don’t feel well. Doctors can also come in handy for medical advice if you want advice from the doctor and you don’t know what to do.

Medical centres can also come in handy for students who are studying to become a doctor or nurse.

Another reason for going to the doctors is so that you could get prescriptions from the doctor if you need more medicine.

These are all very good reasons for why Medical Centres come in handy, and why they are used by the public when they need something.

Sunday, 5 October 2014

The story about the Power outage in Auckland.

This morning, at 3:00 am, there was a power outage in some Suburbs. These Suburbs without power are: Remuera, Mt Wellington, Mission Bay, Greenlane, Orakei, Meadowbank, Kohimarama, Sylvia Park, St Heliers, Glendowie, Otahuhu and St Johns
Power has been restored to: Parts of Onehunga, Epsom, Mt Eden, Penrose, Te Papa, Rockfield, Newmarket, Glenn Innes and Ellerslie.  

Two fires damaged the Transpower's Penrose substation causing the outage.
Phones have also been affected. 2degrees, Vodafone and Spark are bringing in extra generators.
Traffic lights were also affected.

Over the next two days or so, the power should turn on in the rest of the suburbs, but power has just been restored in some places.

Here are some links:

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Story Review: The Copernicus Legacy: Book 1: The forbidden Stone. By Tony Abbot.

Today I read a book called The Copernicus Legacy Book 1: The forbidden Stone. This book was written by Tony Abbot.

This book is about a boy named Wade Kaplan, who receives a strange, coded email from his uncle Henry, shortly before the old man's sudden and suspicious death. He sets off for Germany to attend the funeral with his father, Roald, and his three friends, Darrell, Lily and Becca, only to discover that Uncle Henry left them yet another baffling message to why he died. 

The message leads to a clue, which sends them to a dark and creepy family Tomb. The more clues they discover, the farther they travel down a treacherous path towards an ancient, guarded secret. Soon they are in a breathless race across the globe, running for their lives as a ruthless shadow organisation chases them around every corner. Their only hope of saving themselves and the world that they know is to find twelve magical relics from a hidden past that will unlock the Copernicus Legacy.