Personal and professional pain: Widening repercussions for MP Jami-Lee Ross
In what seems like a lifetime ago, Simon Bridges' expenses were leaked. That action culminated in a personal and political explosion that has ripped through the National Party, its MPs and some of their friends and families.
South Korea is bending under the weight of an epidemic. In the world’s most wired country, it’s not opioids or hallucinogens to blame, but the constant call of a connected society. Estimates vary, but South Korea — home to 51 million people — now has about a million internet-addicted children and teens. About one in 10. Some call the estimate conservative, claiming the actual number is closer to 50 percent, or five million people aged 10 to 19. In an interview with Vice, Dr. Lee Jae-Won, a neuropsychiatrist at Gagnam Eulji Hospital in Seoul said that online gaming accounts for… This story continues at The Next Web