Life in New Zealand: December 31 2011

by Listener Archive / 31 December, 2011
Tikipunga High School was the scene of a major barbecue cook-off yesterday, with more than 600 sausages hitting the hot-plates before being wrapped in a bread slice and inhaled by hungry students. Northern Advocate, 24/5/11

Loud shirts help hearing impaired Sunday Star-Times, 4/9/11

One of those messages should certainly be that not having sex is a guaranteed way to avoid getting pregnant or to get sexually transmitted infections … NZ Listener, 1/10/11

Walnut Cottage Café is looking for an experienced, qualified and reliable chef, 5 days a week as well as weekends. Rodney Times, 4/8/11

The game followed rules from the original, although hacking, or kicking the shins of the opposition, was not included in the squeal. Dannevirke News, 22/9/11

Lift in building raises hopes Dominion Post, 31/8/11

… said ice and snow had coated the central business district with ice and snow. Press, 16/8/11

Vanessa Stoddard says Air New Zealand treats job applicants the same way it threats its customers. NZ Herald, 9/4/11







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