Life in New Zealand February 9 2013

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31st January, 2013
Strippers and topless waitresses wanted. No experience necessary, hands on training will be given. Waikato Times, 24/11/12 For Sale Filing cabinet, lockable, no key. Nelson Mail, November 2012 The $100,000 loss was met by relative silence from councillors, who then went on to debate for half an hour whether an apostrophe should be used on a road sign. Greymouth Star, 26/10/12 The Italians, generally speaking, get most things to do with food, fashion and design right on the money, apart from maybe the Fiat ...

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