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Iti (Maori for little) was a junior version of their wonderful NZPA and, despite weighing in at just 3.5%, this tiny powerhouse still packed a massive fruity punch and was quite the match for its bigger cousin.
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.
In recent years New Zealand sports teams have dedicated a number of matches to victims of disasters such as the 2004 Asian tsunami, the Christchurch earthquake and the Pike River mining tragedy (NZPA, 2011b; Crewdson, 2005).
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.
(18) Joanne Duke cited in NZPA, 'Hone Heke elevated to outlaw Hall of Fame', Otago Daily Times 25 September 2003.
It was a line pursued by Daniel Gilhooly of media agency NZPA, when he wrote, 'The build-up to the final test of New Zealand's tour turned into a media slanging match today when the front page of Wales' biggest paper, the Western Mail, was devoted to a column that appeared in The New Zealand Herald this week slamming the standard of Welsh rugby and their misguided rugby heritage.'
(15.) NZPA, 'New Zealand Must Protect Image, Says Tourism NZ', NZ Herald, 1 May 2002.
By the end of July Customs reported that they had already seized double the amount of ecstasy that was seized during the whole of last year (161,000 tablets as of 30/7/2002 compared to 73,000 tablets for 2001) (NZPA 2002b).
The number of countries objecting to the sanctuary, which will be proposed at next week's International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in Adelaide, South Australia, could be "counted on one hand," Lee was quoted as saying by the New Zealand Press Association (NZPA).
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.
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