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Reply # 161211 1-Sep-2008 11:10
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blenheim?....., never heard of the place....? :-P

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  Reply # 161213 1-Sep-2008 11:17
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yeah i dont blame you, its nothing more than a toilet stop on the way to Christchurch or the ferry! Still it would be nice to have some of these new fandangled technologies the rest of the country is getting

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  Reply # 161232 1-Sep-2008 12:22
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garvani: Still it would be nice to have some of these new fandangled technologies the rest of the country is getting


Like the interweb? (cue banjos playing in the background...)

No offence intended! I worked in Tokoroa for many years and its a nice little place. I wouldnt have thought there would have been so many people there nowadays since Carter Holt Forests disappeared. Most of my old colleagues now live in Rotorua.

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Reply # 161234 1-Sep-2008 12:27
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Morrinsville is now live

Sorry not Tokoroa

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