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Iti (Maori for little) was a junior version of their wonderful NZPA and, despite weighing in at just 3.
NZPA also reports that a second student, aged 13 and a friend of the first student, was groomed and eventually paid as well to perform sexual acts.
The newsroom at the 130-year-old NZPA processes thousands of pieces of information every 24 hours, compiled from its 35 staffers, a network of stringers, overseas wires and other sources, such as the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
NZPA (2002a) "Cannabis theory in house blast" New Zealand Herald, 26 March.
Lee would not name the countries that opposed the sanctuary as she was optimistic they may change their position, but said Australia and New Zealand were "very close" to getting the numbers they need for the proposal to be endorsed, NZPA said.
But I would not have it any other way, I enjoyed playing my cricket that way," he told NZPA from England.
Murray and Kelly James look at their destroyed house, in central Christchurch Rescue workers search for victims buried under the rubble near the Canterbury Television building Picture: SHUZO SHIKANO, Kyodo News Devastated relatives are told there are no survivors in the CTV building Picture: ROB GRIFFITH An injured person is carried to safety Picture: DAVID WETHEY, NZPA
The airline also said Japanese passengers expect reading material, adding, ''Do not be surprised if you ask a Japanese female a question and a male customer answers on her behalf,'' NZPA reported.
The people of Nepal have lost a friend,'' Clark was quoted by the NZPA as saying.
The conditions included undergoing assessments by the Nursing Council of New Zealand and a psychiatrist and working under strict supervision for three years, NZPA reported.
Clark said the Greens had been vetoed by the other minor parties from gaining Cabinet positions and so she could not deliver a guaranteed stable government with the Greens inside it, according to NZPA.
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