It was a great success with 42,000 visitors, a much higher number than expected. National Sea Change Task Force urges more flood studies ABC Wed Jul 11 07 The Mayor of Maroochy Shire on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, Joe Natoli, says it could be another 12 months before the CSIRO is able to undertake a flood modelling study in the Sunshine Coast region because the research body is under-funded. Treechangers change country culture An influx of treechangers into a rural community can keep population levels steady but it can change the needs and expectations within the community. Children grew up knowing their cousins, aunts and uncles, grandparents, and other relatives. In these not too long ago times people were connected to their food. Backyard vegie gardens were the norm not the exception. “Stop the world I want to get off” is a feeling we all have sometimes. Most traditional cultures still have these connections.more When he returned to Hopewell Junction in November, he was Joe Panik, World Series hero, the guy who might have saved Game 7 with a diving stop and glove flip to start a double play. The whirlwind of his rise to the majors, the postseason and the World Series parade now belong to Hopewell Junction and Panik family lore. In December, Panik got engaged to his high school sweetheart, Brittany Pinto, by dropping to one knee and proposing on Central Park’s Bow Bridge, which, as Panik noted, is often used as a setting for “love movies.” Lest anyone argue that Panik should have his man card revoked by raising the proposal bar to “Central Park bridge, on one knee,” know that two months later Panik sort of tricked Pinto into going to a Rangers-Coyotes hockey game on Valentine’s night.There were some strange sights in Hopewell Junction when the rookie came home, like the signs in town that read, “Honk for Joe Panik.” “There were actually people who honked,” Panik said. They will marry in 2016, presumably after Panik completes his first full season in the majors and gives Hopewell Junction something else to honk about.Many families had a house cow for milk, cheese, butter and cream.
When you’re just 25, it starts its inevitable decline—as much as 2–4% each year—according to celebrity trainer and fitness expert Obi Obadike.
Physicists have just found a way to slow light down without touching or intercepting it, simply by making it 'twist' as it moves through space.
That means they were able to make beams of light take longer to get from point A to point B, a skill that will be incredibly useful when it comes to controlling the next-generation of optical computers and telecommunication systems.
But there’s really only one way to keep your metabolism working properly as you age: By preserving and gaining lean muscle mass through exercise.“When metabolic loss happens, so does muscle loss,” says Obadike.
“Between the ages of 25 and 65, you can lose at least five pounds of muscle every 10 years.