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Issue #218 – Digital Edition

May 2019


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Building on Firm Foundations

Conveyancing Plus: An Award-Winning Team

Mothers Know, There has Always Been a High Cost of Freedom!

Turning Your Home into a Visual Masterpiece!

Making Your Smile Worthwhile

Prosthodontist John Bell Brings New Life to Teeth

Engaging Pacifica Communities

Papakura High School builds a Fale

Government Policies are Slowing our Economy Down

NZ Business Confidence at -38%

Kauri Gum Reserves

A History

Waiuku Steel 'n' Wheels Festival 2019

Sunday 12 May, 10am–2pm

What Does the Christchurch Mosque Massacre Mean for Freedom of Speech in New Zealand?

‘Gretchen Albrecht: between gesture & geometry’ by Luke Smythe

‘Finding Frances Hodgkins’ by Mary Kisler

The Endless Summer

May Day, Maypoles and Workers Rights

This Month in History

May in Papakura

Guilty or Not Guilty?

The Bain Homicide Case (Part IV)

Surviving the Back to Routine Blues

The Saintly Sinner

Scumbuggery (Part III)

Tairere Housing Project, Rosehill, Papakura

Community-driven home buyers’ club a success

Crown Excludes New Zealanders From the Treaty of Waitangi Conversation

1985 Judge Cooke's legal opinion has lead the way to division, judicial activism and manipulation


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