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# 100627 15-Apr-2012 11:54
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Ok guys,

Coming to nz from the uk in early august, really into the satellite hobbie up here in uk I have many linux boxs and beta test a number of single and twin tuner boxs.  I have many dish but just got to wittle down the ones coming with me.  Qualified tv/radio engineer E224 city and guilds but now spending more time in engineering ie. welding mig welding part one.  The family and I, other half is a kiwi are coming to live around kerikeri or russell bay of island but not sure on employment opportunities as I work as a hire controller for one of the uk's biggest tool hire companies in a regional distribution centre, one fo the busiest outside of london.

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  # 609542 15-Apr-2012 12:39
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Welcome to the Far North!

We live near Russell and go to Kerikeri often for shopping.  Both are really nice places, but for ease of transportation, Kerikeri is better.  We use the Fullers vehicle ferry whenever we go to Kerikeri, on average once or twice per month, but if you were doing this every day, the costs would add up.

So far as employment prospects go: Cowley's Hire Centre has a depot near Kerikeri so you may be able to find work there.  If you are into farming or horticulture, there are plenty of job opportunities, but otherwise it's pretty limited, so I hope you have some contacts or someone in your wife's family who can help with this.  Otherwise, you could end up sitting on the dole for a prolonged period.





 
 
 
 


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