Life in New Zealand January 12 2013

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3rd January, 2013
“Oh well, no more kids freezing and turning blue on summer mornings. It’s the end of another era in New Zealand education.” Hutt News, 24/10/12 The building sector, he acknowledges, hasn’t had the shiniest reputation, “and we try our utmost to hold that end up”. Your Weekend, Press, 8/9/12 But when this Mediaworks breakfast cohost first sighted her new kitchen she was stunned into silence … and more. She cried. Bay of Plenty Times, 11/8/12 Yes, nitrogen has seven electrodes and, hence, protons. Bay ...

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