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Speaker: ReEntry IV: Hills, Harbour and the Dominion Post

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  • Andrew E,

    In the meantime, I will continue to get my news from around the world for free and focus on the bright side. I get to read the Guardian and the New York Times on-line while living in a lovely harbour city, instead of reading Stuff and the NZH on-line from my desk in London. It seems like a fair trade-off to me.

    Exactly!

    174.77 x 41.28 • Since Sep 2008 • 200 posts Report Reply

  • David Haywood,

    And a "hear, hear" from me too. Both to Daniel's fine post, and Andrew E's heartfelt comment.

    Dunsandel • Since Nov 2006 • 1156 posts Report Reply

  • Goodoh,

    Agree also. The Dompost reflects nothing of our exciting beautiful city. The more tabloid it gets the more tired it becomes.

    Wellington • Since Feb 2008 • 25 posts Report Reply

  • Jackie Clark,

    What a lovely, lovely post. I too, although an Aucklander born and bred, love Wellington to bits, and it has nothing to do with the restaurants or the theatres. I went to school there as a boarder, and it has always had a large part of my heart. The hills, the wind, the water, the city itself so compact. I even love coming in on the plane, swaying and bobbling around in the sky before coming to land on the runway that never seems as if it's going to be long enough.

    Mt Eden, Auckland • Since Nov 2006 • 3136 posts Report Reply

  • Hilary Stace,

    If you want to see the latest newspapers of the world in full facsimile on line join the Wellington Public Library and with your library number you can log onto the Library's My Gateway (I think that's what it's called) through the city council website, and there is a new feature which gives you all the papers you could possibly want with all sorts of magnified features.

    Wgtn • Since Jun 2008 • 3214 posts Report Reply

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