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    kai

    Cant find the thread whats happening today NZ but just heard,lots of bad weather up North

     

    Loyal,SG Bryan Huiatahi Arandar  and all the others in those areas,,,, Hope you are all ok and same with all your Whanau and friends..

     

    Take care

    Cheers From Kai

    #1667657
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    huiatahi

    They put out a severe weather warning for us but it came to nothing….but it is very humid….hard to sleep

    huiatahi

    #1667784
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    Bryan

    Yes the same here some fairly strong wind but no damage.

    At Home, At Peace and Causing Trouble In South Taranaki

    #1667840
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    don021

    The only way to learn what the weather is,look out the window. On Monday the forecast for taupo was Showers, some heavy with possible thunder storm. So I cancelled my usual laundry day. After lunch the sun was still shining so I put a machine load of washing through, hung it out and brought it in a couple of hours later, dry.

    #1667936
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    drlivingstone

    Just finished dinner and celebrated Valentines Day today (Everyday is Valentines Day when you are retired eh) with a lovelySlow cooked  Pork dish  and a chamfers  or two. Life is sweet. 😀

    Dr.Livingstone
    Peoples Republic Of Christchurch

    #1667945
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    vale019

    Sounds very romantic, DrL 🙂

    #1667959
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    sir-nigel-gresley

    Bring back Hoskins and Street. 7 Sharp is so booooring!! 🙁

    Happy Valley

    #1667962
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    drlivingstone

    I think I missedSevenSharp tonight as one of our favourite artists Marlon Williams was be singing there. He is due to tour here in May and is a local Lyttelton boy His grandmother lives in our village.Cheers 😀

    Dr.Livingstone
    Peoples Republic Of Christchurch

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    #1668020
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    don021

    So the government is poking its nose into something best left alone, holding an enquiry into a fighting services action which MAY have resulted in civilian casualties, in Iraq. In war, things happen in the heat of the moment that cannot be documented or even recalled factually. The Army has replied to questions, they are the only ones with any real knowledge, more so that a couple of so called journalists making money from rumours.

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    kaiapoiken

    Dono21, very well said. This seems to be an orchestrated effort by certain people to denegrate our Defence Force. In speaking to a friends son who serviced in the SAS in Iraq and Afganistan he said pretty much what you have said here. Things happen in battle and in soldiering that cannot be anticipated. This Stevenson rooster and people like him are only in it for the money, and what annoys me is that the Media take notice of them and go to print without checking their facts. “Fake News” comes to mind.

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