Last week 60 Minutes screened a show on the process of slaughtering dogs for human consumption. It was fairly shocking.
Interestingly the woman involved was originally in the Philippines to stop the feeding of live cats to Crocodiles but stumbled on the Dog story by accident.
There was no mention of the cats in the story, it was obviously a dog lead.
Regardless of how you prefer your domestic pets the controversy raised caused a real furore.
But one resident of the Island of Lumboga was involved in a tail wagging the dog moment recently.
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Congratulations to Team New Zealand. I know very little about sailing, having grown up in a small landlocked town on the South Island, but I have followed the racing like most of us have. For me the defining moment of the entire campaign was Race 8.