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AWA Sep 10
Can I just big up all our Pākehā brothers and sisters who are pronouncing our reo beautifully. You may not know this, but it means a lot and I actually respect you more when you do that. We’ve got your back, we always have. We love you.
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Natalie Anderson 59m
Grateful for a re-energising morning spent Now I feel ready for the big week ahead
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Celeste Sterling 1h
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Gregory Andrews Sep 15
In the spirit of Australian sporting legends like my Indigenous hero , our Ambassador and his team to stand strongly for sporting integrity. Australia is looks forward to co-hosting the Women’s World Cup in 2023 with New Zealand.
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Anna - Never Stop Learning 4h
Tearful here in about RBG. What a woman, what an icon ❤️
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Orla Harkin 3h
Perfect Pōneke day. Spring has sprung. The seedlings are ready to plant out. Barry’s tea, sent by a friend in the US 4 months ago, finally arrives! And marvellous meerkats!
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rob allan Sep 15
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Sharon Murdoch Sep 15
We are all in this together. Covid, the crisis, child , affordable . We can sort it out together. A for today
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𝐌 𝐀 𝐏 𝐌 𝐀 𝐊 𝐄 𝐑 Sep 14
During the walk home from uni.
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Mike Riversdale Sep 14
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Jo Miller Sep 13
What a stunner - your library is so beautiful & love how art is baked into the design. And a reminder of when I came across the borrowing display . you’ve made it to
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Danny Morrison Sep 17
Divine Queenstown... helluva geography 😬🙏❤️👏 😊 Wonderful venue 😎
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Ben Reid 🧠⏩☁ Sep 17
Awesome wide ranging chat with talking crypto, decentralised wireless networking, rockbreaking, and angel investing over Friday afternoon beers at in ... I feel a podcast coming on...!
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rob allan Sep 16
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Arindam Basu Sep 17
Magic White mountains of Canterbury. On my way to work today. :-) fresh snow since last night. Blessed to live in
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Kyle Wilby Sep 12
Weekend at home in Dunedin but still kept . Here we are looking out from the interestingly named ‘Pineapple Track’ (not a pineapple in sight...)
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Queenstown NZ Sep 15
has just surpassed 200,000 DEATHS with 415,000 projected by Jan 1 has 25 deaths 1,802 total cases with only 79 active We are fortunate to live in
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Absolutely Kiwi Sep 16
A cool little town we found online west coast roadie, what a great little place to chill!
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Rob Langridge Sep 12
This week it is in celebrating all things Te Reo
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Rob Vickery Sep 11
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