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AUNTY AND THE STAR PEOPLE: The Observer

AUNTY AND THE STAR PEOPLE
directed by Gerard Smyth
Interview on Radio New Zealand Nine to Noon, 23 July 2014

The film opens with Jean Watson, eighty, her face creased with river-like wrinkles, wandering around the streets of Kanyakumari and lowering herself into the ocean as dozens of young Indian boys (and a camera) look on. 574 more words

Film

Functional Dysfunctionality - Families Where Would We Be Without Them

Families are complex and I think everyone on the planet would agree with that. Just navigating the intricate labyrinth of internal relationships can be a mine field and can make your mind bleed at the same time; brother sister, mother daughter, husband wife, father son, then lets add aunts, uncles etc etc to the mix. 894 more words

Humour

Today's Find: Laura Jenkinson


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Doing my normal rounds this morning and found the above article on one of the news sites in New Zealand. OH MY GOSH. I am officially in love with this chick. 51 more words

Los Vinos de Nueva Zelandia

LOS VINOS DE NUEVA ZELANDIA

(Ud. puede tener informacíon adicional en el post de 28 de Abril de 2011 en nota preparada por Alfonso Sancez. Haga click… 1,878 more words

Wine - Vino - Vinho

HANGING VALLEY

This photo by my lovely daughter is a perfect example of a glacial valley, where once the ice extended down to the sea.  Often called ‘hanging valleys’. 6 more words

Photography

#067: Olive.

Two flat whites.

Olive’s Works – big breakfast.

Olive.
170 Cuba Street, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand
Homepage: http://www.oliverestaurant.co.nz/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CafeOlive
<photos from Thursday 14 August 2014>

New Zealand

The Taxman Cometh

A letter from the taxman. I open it, urgent fingers fumbling. It’s a short letter on the official letterhead of the Deputy Commissioner. The Deputy Commish, as darkly powerful as Gina, as shapelessly feared as Rupert, as suddenly potent as Clive, has taken time to write me a letter. 330 more words

Life