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Life in New Zealand March 16 2013

“Once you open the door for taxis, you open the door for everyone.” NZ Herald, 9/11/12

“Once you open the door for taxis, you open the door for everyone.”
NZ Herald, 9/11/12

“We were very pleased with how Mother Nature treated us. At 12.30am it started to spit at the request of the police, and compared with other areas, we were very, very happy.”
Otago Daily Times, 2/1/13

Children fuelled by rockets
Hauraki Herald, 11/1/13

Sadly, the Tangiwai rail disaster changed the Queen’s itinerary and she didn’t pass through Putaruru after all. She doesn’t know what she missed.
Indulge, 3/11/12

… if I never again have to explain diarrhoea to a non-speaking English doctor (hand actions only!) I will be very happy.
Australian Women’s Weekly, November 2012

Pig: durex x ginger weiner …
Nelson Mail, 11/1/13

To cover his steps, Thomason had to take all sorts of other steps and the implication of those were being uncovered.
Nelson Mail, 6/11/12

“We try to make it work on two levels so parents don’t sit there eating their heads.”
Taranaki Daily News, 15/1/13

“So they put suspended sentiment into the water, therefore reducing the water clarity …”
Weekend Standard, 29/12/12

Kick ass-taste and easy to eat
Christchurch Star, 29/10/12

Blueseventy Fusion Tri Swimsuit
For Sale
Near new: never been in the sea
Hastings SwimGym sign

Thumbs down from Tony of Taradale to the very rude man on Cumberland Rise on Saturday night who did a huge belch outside my bedroom window. It woke me up.
Napier Courier, 7/11/12

It included the lyrics (translated to English): “You are nicer than my neighbour and I expect in bed, I could do with you relatively much.”
Taranaki Daily News, 20/11/12

Large dressed doll, 3 inches tall, $30. Phone …
Timaru Herald, 18/12/12

Life in New Zealand - Seen in Hanmer Springs, Canterbury
Seen in Hanmer Springs, Canterbury

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