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Topic # 192384 9-Mar-2016 07:39
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Hmm, I wonder what Sky would do without that one Satellite their entire NZ business relies on ?

 

 

 

http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/77675708/earthbound-asteroid-in-orbit-path-of-key-satellites


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  Reply # 1508614 9-Mar-2016 08:12
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Hang on a minute...

 

That asteroid (2013 TX68) had already passed Earth - and missed by about 10 x lunar distance - at the time that news article was last updated.


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  Reply # 1508621 9-Mar-2016 08:36
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Good to see that Stuff is maintaining their standards. undecided


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  Reply # 1508626 9-Mar-2016 08:52
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I understand Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton and Ben Affleck were suited up, just in case.


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Reply # 1508627 9-Mar-2016 08:58
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Make me wonder what would happen to all those young people who never learned to read a map.  




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  Reply # 1508629 9-Mar-2016 09:12
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frankv:

 

Good to see that Stuff is maintaining their standards. undecided

 

 

 

 

Yep, business as usual. I've also noticed lately that the NZherald and Stuff websites have almost exactly the same articles often in the same order.


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  Reply # 1508633 9-Mar-2016 09:28
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noroad:

 

frankv:

 

Good to see that Stuff is maintaining their standards. undecided

 

 

 

 

Yep, business as usual. I've also noticed lately that the NZherald and Stuff websites have almost exactly the same articles often in the same order.

 

 

And only 5 days after it was first reported as news - in overseas sources.


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  Reply # 1508634 9-Mar-2016 09:28
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What? there was an article that wasn't about the bachelor!





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  Reply # 1508701 9-Mar-2016 10:18
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Or Auckland house prices...


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  Reply # 1509885 9-Mar-2016 13:53
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ockel:

 

noroad:

 

frankv: Good to see that Stuff is maintaining their standards. undecided 

 

Yep, business as usual. I've also noticed lately that the NZherald and Stuff websites have almost exactly the same articles often in the same order. 

 

And only 5 days after it was first reported as news - in overseas sources. 

 

Although lately I have noticed the Dom Post printing articles one or two days after they appear on Stuff.


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