Life in New Zealand October 13 2012

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13th October, 2012
It’s fair to say this honest, simple, naive man wasn’t capable of killing anyone. There was just something about the way he cut his steak that made those sitting close to him realise that. Taranaki Daily News, 21/7/12 With diaries and township on your doorstep, you will kick yourself if you miss this well maintained, leasehold character set on 971m2 section. Guardian, 18/7/12 Fat profits are being made by selling foods that create these problems. Highly processed white sugar, transfats and cheap fast foods can be bought on most street ...

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