Not officially, but he advanced New Zealand’s understanding of AIDS substantially, and was involved with Paralympics.
Yes officially: he was patron of the Paralympics and they clearly believe he did them a lot of good.
Russell, by way of consolation I have been pleased to shop at Felt a number of times.
And just like Geoff I'm happy to send cash.
I’ve been to a couple of the NT filmed productions and have found each one sensational.
Most of the small crowd yesterday were over 60.
True, but we took Mr 13 who entered the theatre under a heavy aura of resentment and left giving Curious Incident a 7/10, which is about as good as it gets for non-fps entertainment.
Excellent ears. I love that they shake from the front back so the aft and tail can still be shaking while the fore has relaunched.
Aucklanders keen for cinnamon bark can get it delivered free – along with everything else you need in the way of Indian comestibles – from spiceneasy.
The butcher at the La Cigale market deserves a shout out - Jamie from Te Kainga Meats. I do like it when a farmer tells you this Saturday’s lamb shoulder last frolicked on the fields on Thursday.
And the Italian signora makes really great mozzarella and ricotta. Different from the Clevedon buffalo. But good.
Manono Island is well worth it
Untouched Manono was the highlight of my two trips. And the hunt for the pyramid on Savaii was great fun.
You don't have to wait for renewal...
Really, really awful situation for David and Jen, and so many others.
That's option A. It's the 2007 valuation, that's the rub.
But there's a mechanism (unspecified) for reviewing the valuation if it doesn't stack up.
Or insurance cover...or schools...