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  Reply # 67797 19-Apr-2007 22:01
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Correct me if i am wrong but doesnt fiordland have a capital f?

Both by name and place?

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  Reply # 67799 19-Apr-2007 22:33
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You're right, but what do the australians care?

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  Reply # 67802 19-Apr-2007 22:49
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Is it not the NZ herald that cannot spell check? or is it grammar?

/me hates english :p

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Reply # 67820 20-Apr-2007 08:39
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Was this supposed to take us to a story at NZ Herald?  Just get their main page...




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  Reply # 67823 20-Apr-2007 08:46
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Story's gone... wonder why?




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  Reply # 67824 20-Apr-2007 08:47
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rscole86: Is it not the NZ herald that cannot spell check? or is it grammar?

/me hates english :p


Possible but I would assume It was taken straight from AAP

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