Life in New Zealand November 24 2012

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24th November, 2012

I still get a kick out of writing about fashionable things in my pyjamas.
Sunday Star-Times, 26/8/12

The retailers, including Elio’s gunshop, are up in arms.
Otago Daily Times, 21/8/12

The hounding of hares in Taranaki has come to an end for another season and the enthusiasts of the sport celebrated by eating a turkey.
Taranaki Daily News, 28/8/12

Do you want the earth to move for you? Just call Stan
Congratulations Brian Darth Funeral Services on your move to your new premises!
Taranaki Daily News, 28/8/12

The Wallabies’ next test in the Rugby Championship is against the Wallabies in a fortnight and Cooper says they won’t have any problem bouncing back from this defeat., 26/8/12

Hospital trucks in operating theatre
Hawke’s Bay Today, 1/9/12

John Key was so far off the beaten track when the Waitangi Tribunal issued its much-anticipated report on Maori water rights he needed a helicopter to get in and out.
Dominion Post, 25/8/12

He said people felt less confident around large trees as they became older and were less physically able.
Timaru Herald, 15/8/12

Life in New Zealand November 24 2012

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24th November, 2012

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