There will be sheep and people from the association to talk with lifestyle block owners wanting information.
Straight Furrow, 4/9/12
The woman voiced her displeasure at the longstanding effects of the accident in a victim impact statement, which put particular emphasis on the way the injury had hampered her knitting.
Waikato Times, 13/7/12
… with Chris Martin growing closer to retirement – and he is six months older than Bond – there is a demand to develop a sparehead.
[She] said it was “a sad day” when the quake destroyed their family home. “It was in good order really until the walls started falling in.”
“It’s the best of both worlds, There’s the cultural similarities so you can slide right in kind of senselessly …”
NZ Herald, 22/8/12
St Patrick’s College Parents Ass, Framed – the Art Exhibition Friday 24 August.
St Theresa’s Parish newsletter, 18/8/12
“It’s been a lucky run,” he said, nose deep in a roll of his silver medal-winning traditional bacon yesterday.
Taranaki Daily News, 24/7/12
Police are looking for a woman who vomited into a hat in a Timaru store about 4pm yesterday.
Timaru Herald, 17/7/12
Whangarei police officers were called to a house when a 15-year-old girl rang to complain that her 22-year-old sister had bought her a cheeseburger but there was no bacon in it. A row broke out. While the sisters were arguing, the family dog ate the cheeseburger.
NZ Herald, 17/8/12
… for dessert, consultant chef Sean Connolly has also roasted a pineapple brushed with vanilla and star anise for three hours.
Otago Daily Times, 11/7/12
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