For the past two weeks, the Australia reading group has been looking at newspapers, from how they are organised to the differences between the articles. After examining and reading a variety of newspapers and a school journal about how newspapers are compiled and organised, the Australia group wrote their own newspaper article on a variety of different topics.
TOO MANY FAST FOOD OUTLETS
By Haley Dave
Fast food that the kids could be eating
The students from the Auckland University measured how close fast food outlets are from schools around Auckland they found out that within 800m there are a lot of fast food outlets. Dr. Stefanie Vandevijvere says there should be ways to stop kids going to the fast food outlets before and after school and also wants the local Government to act about this, so councilers could restrict new food outlets around schools. The Government also wants the kids to stop. One of Aucklands CBD schools was found to have 85 fast food outlets within 1km of the school.They also should stop because they would be using too much money and will become unhealthy.
All Blacks Break World Record
By Jonathan Mar
An outstanding performance by the Julian Savea
On a very starry weekend at Eden Park New Zealand All Blacks took on the Australian Wallabies to win and break a world rugby record. Running on their 17th win in a row they were determined to win their 18th and break the world record for most test matches won in a row. With an outstanding win they went away with a new record. Massive parties were had for them and they will always be known as record breakers. Well, until the next team takes over.