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Erewhon -- Journey to Nowhere

There is a place that, like many places, is overlooked in favour of more famous places. Places like Mt. Cook, Arthur’s Pass, and Milford Sound are justifiably famous and visited by many people on the South Island of New Zealand. 449 more words

Outdoors

A new chapter

So, I am starting this blog for a lot of reasons, some being for a fresh start and others as a way of actually trying to have a memory as when its comes to mine short term doesn’t begin to cover it… 381 more words

Award

Sicky

10/20/2014

I started to feel sick while in Paris, and so today after getting no sleep and being sick I just hung out in my flat all day. 91 more words

Canterbury

John & Josh: Live at Terrace Downs, 9 November 2014

It is my great pleasure to introduce John & Josh, a jazz guitar duo project. What a joy for a teacher to see his students grow to such an extent that it makes sense to start playing together live! 130 more words

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Da Costa Spearheads Otago Win Over Rival Canterbury

18 октября 2014

Известия Спорт – Футбол из Новой Зеландии !

Южная Соединенные против Кентербери
Южная Соединенные прекратились десять Кентерберийский доминирования с отличным 2-1 победу в предсезонном столкновения в Тимару в субботу . 25 more words

Photography

HAVE-A-YARN Craft Group CREATE-A-CARD

Dates & Times

Wednesday 29 October 2014 | 10.30 AM   AND   12.00 PM

Join our Campsie Library craft group for 2 special ‘Create-A-Card’ workshops.

Ann will teach you how to make beautiful cards to send to all your friends and family for Christmas. 21 more words

Canterbury

poetry walking...through history

“Walking can animate the body and senses in a way conducive to poetry’s wandering alertness, moving through things, looking around — purpose without system.” Robert Pinsky…

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Poetry