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Dominion Post, 21/9/12
Kiwi lamb could make war worse
NZ Farmers Weekly, 3/9/12
Mr Mead says in some cases the burglar entered through an unlocked window or door and warned people to lock up properly.
Citylife Independent Herald, 5/9/12
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Hawke’s Bay Today, 20/9/12
The terns were rarely found outside of New Zealand, although they migrated to Australia for the winter, he said.
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Bay of Plenty Times, 3/8/12
Mini horse poo – Free, BYO trailer or bags …
Kaiapoi Advocate, 14/9/12
“It’s sitting at about a five degree lisp, but to me it looks very salvageable.”
Deal from Amare Safety Blundstone non-safety boot
Howick & Pakuranga Times, 13/9/12
Hills like white elephants …
Property Press, 19/9/12
And that, my friends, is what I love about the slipper. It’s comfortable and easy to throw on, but has an air of being royally cool.
Bay of Plenty Times, 28/7/12
Mrs X is an international student who became pregnant while studying.
North & South, June 2011
“There is always churn, but the question is, is this a little bit more than the usual churn?”
Taranaki Daily News, 25/9/12
Good as New Pre-Loved Kids Market
Rodney Times, 20/9/12
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