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When dancer and choreographer Rochelle Rose of Khandallah and singer Tania Parker of Crofton Downs met during the 2016 production of Sister Act, a friendship, and very soon a new theatre group, began. They quickly agreed that the arts scene in Wellington had a major gap. Young performers here have many chances to work, unpaid, in amateur musical theatre. “But there is little chance of moving on to paid work as professionals. The only option is to continue unpaid, or move overseas,” says Tania. Continued on page 2. Nunsense performers front from left: Rochelle Rose, Jane Keller, Tania Parker. Back: Rebecca Tate, Bronwyn Turei. PHOTO Ben Emerson
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Nunsense set to hit the stage Continued from page 1. Within weeks of developing the concept, their new cooperative Wing It, with its collaborative profit sharing model, was granted the Australasian rights to the off-Broadway hit comedy musical Nunsense. The project grew quickly after they approached two internationally known and respected Wellington professionals, director Lyndee-Jane Rutherford
and musical director Michael Nicholas Williams. These two mentors drew the cast together after Michael suggested Nunsense as a starting place for the company. Jane Keller, a tutor with a long history of international success in musical theatre, was soon on board too. The company’s name was Rochelle’s idea. “A Wing is a tap dancing step,” she said.
“And winging it is about improvising new ways to meet challenges,” said Tania. That has meant many weeks of administration, business planning and co-ordinating and developing their highly motivated team. One of the key principles is providing support and mentoring for the young performers and Wing It principals have already scheduled several
workshops as part of that. Other major projects are also in the pipeline. Nunsense rehearsals have begun, with opening night to be held on January 30, 2018 in the Gryphon Theatre. Tania said there was widespread interest in the project, with hundreds of “likes” on the website page wingit-productions.com within two days of going live.
Increased majority a relief to new MP First-time Labour MP Greg O’Connor has increased his election-night majority in Ohariu by 372, up from 679 to 1051 more than his National opponent Brett Hudson. The news came on Saturday when the 3000 special electorate votes were announced. Brett however, remains in Parliament as a list MP. Greg’s final count was 17,084 to Brett’s 16033, though the National electorate vote here was 45.2 per cent to Labour’s 35.4 per cent. Greg’s pleased with the size of his majority. “It’s a good buffer. I can get on with the job now,” he said. The original small margin meant he’d been on tenterhooks though his son, playing rugby in Ireland, asked him what he was worried about. “Any more than one vote is a wasted effort.” “But I have to say when it comes to his rugby it’s a different matter,” Greg added. He can now sort out his electorate office premises and staff. “We couldn’t do much until now.” He took a call of congratulations from party leader Jacinda Ardern soon after the final results came through at 2pm on Saturday, but wasn’t being drawn further about the conversation.
His two week induction has finished and he says of his experience of Parliament so far: “There’s a lot of good people there all wanting the same thing, which is to improve the country. “But surprise, surprise. There’s politics’s involved. Who would have thought?” As the former president of the New Zealand Police Association, he is a cousin of Damien O’Connor, Labour MP for West Coast-Tasman. Greg is married to Desley and they have three children. Their eldest son is in Ireland, their daughter is studying in Dunedin and their middle child is special needs and lives away from home. The third ranking candidate in Ohariu was Jessica Hammond of The Opportunity Party (TOP) led by Gareth Morgan; with 2898 votes. She pushed Greens candidate Tane Woodley into fourth place with 2522 votes. The United Future Party vote collapsed with Bale Nadakuitavuki on just 248, as compared to the 13,569 votes cast in 2014 for now-retired MP and former party leader Peter Dunne. There were 305 informal candidate votes cast and 84 informal party votes.
Labour MP Greg O’Connor at Sunday’s Johnsonville market with Herbie, his” bitzer” (part poodle, part Cairn Terrier). PHOTO: Glenise Dreaver
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Passchendaele tragedy strikes close to home
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Toi Pōneke exhibition coming up “Are yous ok?” opens at Toi Pōneke on October 20 and runs until November 11. Gina Matchitt’s exhibition looks at issues of disparity and inequality, namely, Pakeha privilege and Māori disadvantage in New Zealand society.
Jack Gradwell with one of the Great War Exhibition models on display in the Dominion museum. PHOTO: Glenise Dreaver By Glenise Dreaver
Jack Gradwell of Thorndon, a student of International Relations at Victoria University, knew that the centenary of the battle of Passchendaele was coming up this year. He works part-time at the Dominion Museum, where the Great War Exhibition is being run by the The National Military Heritage Charitable Trust, and took the opportunity to brush up on his history. He wanted to find out where his relatives were in World War I. He discovered that two of his great-great grandfathers were
at Passchendaele – and both returned from the carnage, unlike the 846 who never came back from what is still described as “New Zealand’s blackest day”. What Jack discovered about G e orge G r a dwel l, f rom Ghuznee Street Te Aro, left him amazed. “He had one of the worst medical records of any New Zealand soldier. At different times he was buried alive, he had his skull fractured and he was mustard gassed. All in different actions, but he survived.” “And I knew he was decorated, but not for what.” George earned the Military
George Gradwell. PHOTO provided by Pukeahu National War Memorial Museum
Medal at Passchendaele for his work in carrying messages from one post to another. “Under heavy shell and machine gun fire, through poison gas, at times up to his waist in mud and blood. He did that for three days straight,” says Jack. There are limited family memories and most of what Jack knows of him has been through military records. He has, however, seen and touched George’s medals and provided the museum with his bayonet and his camera. The family connection continues too. His uncle John still lives in the Island Bay house that
George lived in after the war. The Great War Exhibition has been created by Sir Peter Jackson to commemorate the role of New Zealand in that conflict. The additional Passchendaele exhibition room tells the story of the battle mainly through the medium of a rolling five minute audio-visual display. Centenary commemorations of the Battle of Passchendaele will be held at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Buckle St, on Thursday, October 12 at 3pm.
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inbrief news Escaping stress vital It’s Mental Health Week and the theme is “Nature is Key - Unlock Your Wellbeing”. The idea is to escaping stressful or ‘same old rut’ work and home environments to eat your lunch in a park or at the beach, to take the family for a weekend bush walk. It can lift spirits, put you back in touch with Nature, and get you thinking about your health, your priorities - and whether you may need to reach out for help or advice.
Foodbank seeks bags The Karori Food Bank gives out emergency food parcels every week. Up until now, it has given its clients food in a mix of cardboard boxes and plastic bags donated by a generous local supermarket. Spokesperson Ray Coats says, they have now realised that plastic bags are “not the ethical thing”. They are asking for donations of suitable bags, either secondhand or hand made, in which to distribute the food. Donations of bags can be left at the Karori Community Centre “We are asking people to donate them knowing that we
are not likely to get them back,” says Ray. “They are just given as part of the parcel.” The Karori Food Bank operates a simple emergency model, where clients can have one or two donations. On the third donation, they are told it is the last and are referred to the Citizen’s Advice Bureau, situated right below their room. “Some cases are just a one-off though,” says Ray. While it surprises some people that an apparently wealthy community like Karori should have the need for a Food Bank, there are, he said, pockets of poverty that you don’t realise are there.
Ray Coats is seeking donations of bags for the Karori Foodbank. PHOTO: Glenise Dreaver
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Three Karori actors are to perform in nine plays written to raise awareness of climate change and their performances will be livestreamed worldwide on a global theatre television network. The three are part of a cast of 23 and the plays are all produced by Elspeth Tilley, Associate Professor, School of English and Media Studies at Massey University’s Wellington Campus - and also from Karori. They are being staged on October 23 as part of a twomonth global festival of cultural activities. Kayleigh Besseling will play a shy penguin in Elspeth’s play The Penguins, and Katherine Dewar will play an astronaut about to leave for Mars in Swing Among the Stars,. Sixteen year-old Charlie Tilley, still at high school, is playing a scientist in The Penguins. She says “This is my second time doing Climate Change Theatre Action. I love acting,
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readers have their say... Find out the WORD on the Street. Question: What do you like most about New Zealand?
Toni Albert, Titahi Bay “Sometimes the people. I love the culture and the food.”
Murray Osborne, Newlands “The friendly people. The fresh air.”
Tane Denison, Pukerua Bay “The open spaces. The good places to go hunting. The freedom.”
Antonia Dawson, Paremata “The people, the climate, the cleanliness here.”
Emily Dawson, Newlands “I like sport, so the outdoor life is great.”
Nivy Gurram, Newlands “The climate. It’s very fresh here.”
EYE ON CRIME In Johnsonville, a flat in Phillip Street, which had been left locked and secure, was entered and a TV was stolen. The locked basement of a house in Fraser Avenue was entered via a forced lock. Garden equipment is stored in this area but it is not yet known if anything was stolen. A house in Burgess Road was broken into through a forced back door. A side door was also forced open. There were signs of an obvious search in all rooms. Stolen property (not specified) is
believed to have been removed through the forced side door. In Newlands, an alarm was activated at a primary school in Bancroft Terrace. CCTV footage shows that two young males had climbed through an open window. Nothing is known to have been stolen. Two aluminium windows were forced open to gain access into a newly constructed house in Red Beech Avenue. Painting equipment, including power tools, owned by tradesman working on
the property were stolen. In Khandallah, a tradesman working on a house in Mandalay Terrace was going back and forth carrying building materials and did not lock his vehicle between each trip. During one trip, an offender took the opportunity to steal several high value power tools. In Raumati Terrace, a man employed to mow the lawns left his vehicle unlocked. While he was out of sight of the van an offender took the opportunity to open the unlocked sliding door and take a newly-
purchased lawnmower. A white Nissan stationwagon parked overnight in a designated parking area in Cockayne Road had its driver side window smashed. Nothing is known to have been stolen. In Crofton Downs, a newly-built house in Silverstream Road was entered through a forced front door. Large packs of recently delivered items awaiting installation were stolen. They included a water filtration system and packs of mixers, taps and shower fittings.
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Huntleigh Home’s George McIntosh and his devoted wife, Violet.
When Violet first met George McIntosh as a young man in Scotland, he was an eager 18-year-old just entering the workforce. His job search eventually took the pair to New Zealand, where they married in 1958. “George used to work on ships out at the wharf while I ran a small dairy on Holloway Road in Aro Valley. It worked really well with three kids off at school,” says Violet. It was a shock for the active couple when George was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 44. “Thankfully, with Parkinson’s disease, the onset is gradual, so he was able to work for years after he was diagnosed,” says the devoted wife. “He did all the usual things like exercises and speech therapy, but eventually we got to the stage last year where I couldn’t cope,” says Violet. The family set about researching rest homes which would provide a warm, supportive environment for George and allow them to visit him regularly – that’s when they heard about Enliven’s Huntleigh Home in Karori. “We’d heard great things about Huntleigh, so we decided to look into it further. It’s just such a sunny place and there’s always
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Help the fight against breast cancer The Breast Cancer Foundation NZ is asking Kiwis everywhere to support its Pink Ribbon Appeal this Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14. Collectors will be shaking their pink buckets on the streets and at shopping centres around the country. The aim is to raise funds for vital research into new targeted treatments, medical equipment for hospitals, life-saving awareness and education programmes, and support for women going through breast cancer. “Thousands of volunteers have generously committed their time to this week’s appeal,” says BCFNZ chief executive Evangelia Henderson. “Now we need Kiwis everywhere to drop a gold coin in the bucket. Your gift helps us work towards our long-term vision of zero deaths from breast cancer. “If you don’t have loose change on the day you can text PINK to 4499 to make a $3 donation. Either way, we’ll be very grateful,” she says. Breast cancer is the most common cancer for New
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Yum! A Pest Feast As part of Conservation Week, Wellington City Council is teaming up with the Department of Conservation and Greater Wellington Council to host a Pest Feast of wild food fare at Harbourside Market on the Sundays of October 15 and October 22. The organisers promise all sorts of delicious pests and sumptuous beasts to consume including goat tagine, wallaby wrap, and wild fennel gelato.
Louisa Pescini, advertising sales consultant with the Independent Herald’s sister publication the Cook Strait News, is also an area co-ordinator for the Pink Ribbon Appeal to be held on Friday and Saturday. PHOTO: Glenise Dreaver
Interested buyers for Karori campus Victoria University has announced that the fi rst phase of the sales process for its Karori campus, which involved interested parties registering their interest, is now complete. A press release advises that the university will work with qualified buyers as they prepare formal offers for the former teacher’s college. It is expected that this phase will take approximately six weeks, after which there will be a period
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CALVER OPTOMETRISTS WE ARE PROUD TO BE INDEPENDENT Our optometrists know everyone is an individual and every eye unique. With over 20 years as part of the local community, the experienced staff in our practice are on hand to provide quality eye examinations, eyewear fashion and lens advice, contact lens fitting and frame adjustments.
Early detection is the key to resolving many medical issues and eye health is no exception. Having a regular, comprehensive eye examination means you have a better chance of any problem being diagnosed before it is too late. You don’t need to travel far for quality eyecare.
TRAVEL SAFELY WITH THE WORLD’S NO 1 TYRE BENEATH YOU The average surface area between your tyres and the road is only about the size of your palm! So you need to make sure that contact is the best it can be by using Bridgestone Tyres. Tony and the team at Johnsonville’s Autostop will set your vehicle up for the holidays and into the spring/summer months to get you and your family safely
around New Zealand. While they’re seeing to the tyres they can also check your all important shock absorbers and brake condition. A current brake and shock absorber test machine (Safe T Stop) gives a print out of your vehicle’s performance so you can analyse just what needs replacing or servicing at the best price. Car performance is crucial to your driving safety.
NEWLANDS ARMS — ALWAYS SOMETHING SPECIAL The Newlands Arms is really a one stop shop comprising of Bar and bar food, Thirsty Liquor bottle store, Pokies, TAB and pool table. We have an everyday lunch special
between 11am and 2pm which consists of a toasted sandwhich or a cheeseburger with either a glass of house wine or a pint of standard beer for $11.00. Every couple of months there’s even live bands.
JUST CUTS HAIR SALON — CONSISTENT AND ECONOMICAL Aroha Ingram is a hairdresser with many years of experience and is proud to have recently acquired ownership of the Johnsonville branch of Just Cuts. At Just Cuts - Style Cuts for the whole family are available and no appointment is necessary. If you want a quality Style Cuts™ cut from an experienced hairdresser
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Shane Kingston and Kendall Lister, whose energetic presentations kept the Science Roadshow rocking in the Johnsonville Shopping Centre
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Science captivates children
By Glenise Dreaver
During the first week of the school holidays, the National Science-Technology Roadshow Trust ensured there were crowds of enthralled children – and some adults - in Johnsonville Shopping Centre. Roadshow manager Shane Kingston and Kendall Lister normally take their truck to schools, but
the holiday experience in the mall, with hands-on experiments, demonstrations and talks kept local children captivated. The roadshow aims to inspire students to wonder and think critically about their world, broadening their knowledge and experiences, “connecting them to the science and technology of today and the future”.
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As the new president of the oldest tramping club in the country, Patrick Arnold expects that the majority of his time in the role will be spent looking forward to the club centenary in 2019. He feels that this will be a significant milestone not only for us as a club, but a symbolic one for recreational
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White Heron Sanctuary Tours 64 Main Road, Whataroa, West Coast NZ • Scenic Jetboat Cruise into the Waitangiroto Nature Reserve • Observe the magnificent White Heron (Kotuku) in their natural nesting environment • Walk through ancient Kahikatea rainforest • Royal Spoonbill, Little Shag and an abundance of other birdlife. Tours operate with a Department of Conservation concession and entry is by permit only. Friendly experienced guides with local knowledge. Do not miss this exceptional tour.
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Milford Helicopters is owned and operated by Jeff & Natalie Shanks in Te Anau. Chief pilot Jeff Shanks has been flying in the Fiordland area since 1986. Milford Helicopters was formed in 1988 with one helicopter based in Milford Sound, and in 1996 purchased a second helicopter which is also based in Milford Sound. The current helicopters are a AS350 B2 Squirrel and a
AS 350 B3 both with a passenger capacity of six. The third machine is a McDonnell Douglas 500E with a passenger capacity of four. Milford Helicopters is the only aviation firm with an office and hangar buildings at Milford Sound aerodrome. Milford Helicopters holds a Department of Conservation concession for landings and work in Fiordland National Park - No. AS 37847
WHITE HERON COLONY - WHATAROA Whataroa is the departure point for tours to New Zealand’s only White Heron nesting site. For over 30 years the Arnold Family have been operating White Heron Sanctuary Tours and delighting visitors by sharing this world class attraction with them. The 2.5 hour tour consists of a short minibus ride to connect with a jet-boat for a gentle 20 minute scenic cruise into the Waitangiroto Nature
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Reserve (area accessible by boat only). Once in the reserve there is a short walk through ancient Kahikatea rainforest to a purpose built viewing hide to observe the magnificent White Heron (Kotuku) in their natural nesting environment. White Heron Sanctuary Tours is the original and only tour to visit the White Heron nesting site. An exceptional tour with variety, suitable for all age groups.
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If it doesn’t challenge you it doesn’t change you!
Looking for champions of public access The Te Araroa Wellington Trust, who built the popular Paekakariki-Pukerua Bay escarpment track near Wellington, was one of last year’s winners of The Outdoor Access Champion Awards. The Walking Access Commission is again calling for nominations of people and groups who are champions of public access to the outdoors. Nominations are open until November 17. Winners will be decided by the commission’s board. The Outdoor Access Champion
Awards, which have been running since 2013, recognise those who have made significant and lasting contributions to public access to the outdoors in New Zealand, including through building new tracks and trails, securing new legal access, and championing public rights of access. “These awards are New Zealand’s way of saying thanks to some of the wonderful people who have helped open up the great outdoors to the public,” said Eric Pyle, chief executive of the Walking Access Commission.
“We are lucky to live in a country with such spectacular scenery, and the people who work hard to enable us to experience it deserve recognition for their efforts. “The public are encouraged to think about their local champions - both individuals and groups and put forward a nomination for consideration,” said Eric Pyle. As well as the Te Araroa Wellington Trust, last year’s award winners included Duane Major and Adam Gardiner who led the public campaign
that saw more than 40,000 people donate to buy a beach in Awaroa Inlet and add it to Abel Tasman National Park. The Nelson Tasman Cycle Trails Trust were honoured for their work building trails at the top of the South Island as was Rod Eatwell, the largest private landowner on the Queen Charlotte Track. Nominations can be made via the Commission’s website - walkingaccess. govt.nz/our-work/walking-accessawards/ at any time before 5pm on Friday November 17.
DoC gets busy with activities, events and competitions This year Conservation Week (14 – 22 October) is full of fun activities, events and competitions designed to inspire you to take a look in your backyard and see how you can help nature. Department of Conservation protects our amazing and unique wildlife across
the country – and you can help! Even small actions make a big difference. Get along to one of 12 events at Zealandia’s Conservation Week Hub, grab some ‘feral food’ at the Harbourside Market, win a free native plant form Wellington City Council, head to Wellington Zoo
or help wipe out weeds in the Botanic Gardens. Doing something for Conservation Week is easy. Plant a native, set a trap for rats in your garden or local reserve, clean up your local beach or stream, or weed some invasive species.
Enter the “love my backyard” photo competition. The best conservation activity could win you a trip for four with Air New Zealand to the iconic Iconic Ulva Island/Te Wharawhara. Check out www.conservationweek.org. nz for more events and ideas.
Wednesday October 11, 2017
One of the two Karori Cemetery chapels available for hire. This is the small chapel - a 1909 heritage building – which seats 24. PHOTO: Supplied
Karori Cemetery, opened in 1891, is vast and set in a rolling landscape, posing challenges for gravediggers, undertakers, and mourners. One-and-a-half hour long tours are being offered explaining its history, describing aspects of funeral rites and procedures, and “bringing to life” some of those who were buried in the period 1891-1940. Themes are covered, including national memorials, prime ministers, notable women, the 1918 ‘flu epidemic, those identified as “accidentally killed” and a little bit of murder too. Tours are scheduled every day throughout the week, weather permitting. Cost $10 per person. Refer to www.karoricemeterytour. com for detailed information and to make a booking call 021 065 3778, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reminder on emergency water tanks Northern Ward Councillors will be selling 200L emergency water tanks outside Countdown Johnsonville (next to The Warehouse) on Saturday October 14 from 10.30am to 12pm. To reserve a water tank and pre-pay $110, email malcolm.sparrow@wcc. govt.nz. Otherwise it will be a matter of first in, first served!” Malcolm said, adding that they made $10 ‘profit’ on each sale. “To date we have donated almost $2000 to six community groups (including two schools) from the sales of the tanks over time.”
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Young rugby players on way up
Great start for local bowlers To Lease
Composed by Tony Watling 11th. Nov. 2015
Young rugby enthusiasts Kaiarahi Brunning and Jacob Kennedy, who have been playing for the Johnsonville Under 12 Hawks team, have been picked in the top 22 Wellington players Our summer pools were built by us. in their age group. Blends in well did cause no fuss. After several intense Sunday morn- With hydro slide will cause a splash. ing training sessions, they were two And to it many people dash. of the 22 chosen from over 65 other Through native bush we twist and wiggle. young hopefuls. That group was named as the under-squad in the From the children brings a giggle. daysBrunning a week theand place is open. Wellington Southern North Island Severn Kaiarahi Jacob Kennedy. Hot summer days we all are hopen! PHOTO: Supplied Primary Schools A Team.
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International league eligibility shambles
51. J.K. Rowling 7.00pm chose the Monday 30th November unusual At the Clubrooms name ‘Hermione’ What a rough week it has been for suggest that theseof people Corner Main could Road not so young rugby league. international organise a piss up Streets, at a brewery. and Moohan Wainuiomata girls Credibility and loyalty has been The cliche is that any publicity is good wouldn’t thrown out the window as players publicity and while there is an element be teased switch allegiances at the 11th hour of truth to that, the past week has Bringing local news for being the legitimacy of the Rugby been damaging throwing to a level of the game League World Cup, which New Zea- which is struggling legitimise itself nerdy! to the tocommunity land co-hosts in a matter of weeks, into amongst its hardcore fans, let alone disrepair. draw in casual eyeballs. Situation Vacant Kiwi prop Jason Taumalolo has True blue leaguies, myself included, switched to Tonga just days before he feel that State of Origin between was to be named in the Kiwis roster. Queensland and New South Wales is Former Kiwi players have come out the highest echelon of the game and against the timing and the poor com- incidents like this validate that point. munication of the hulking forward’s Until the international eligibility laws decision after it became clear, he has in rugby league are tightened to the not returned the call of Kiwis coach point where if you play for one country David Kidwell. that makes you ineligible forever to Aussie prop Andrew Fifita was ac- play for any other country then people tually named in the Kangaroos squad will struggle to get on board with the before pulling out to join Tonga. 13-man international game. Warriors hooker Isaac Luke tried to Required Those high up in in the sport will be Deliverers play for Ireland at the last minute after begging for the games to begin so the being rightfully left out by Kidwell and public Kawatiri can focus on the field. Area 1: Momona, Mohaka, - Kaponga. Kangaroos prop Sam Thaiday, being A black eye for the game is the best axed from the international game by way to describe what has gone on and Australia without any warning. it will take a mesmerising tournament A myriad of shambolic examples to make people forget about it.
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