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Plunket

(ˈplʌŋkət) or

Plunkett

n
(Biography) Saint Oliver. 1629–81, Irish Roman Catholic churchman and martyr; wrongly executed as a supposed conspirator in the Popish Plot (1678). Feast day: July 11
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Both right arm fast bowlers,told reporters, Logan van Beek : "It is a great feeling to be part of history in the Plunket Shield.
PLUNKET HAS hired three top nursing leaders as implementation of its 2016-2021 strategy, The journey towards generational change, and its vision, In the first 1000 days we make the difference of a lifetime, gain momentum.
The decision to play the pink ball match is mainly for the New Zealand to get a knack of the upcoming test in Plunket shield test against England.
Zak Gibson earned his inclusion after a solid introduction into first class cricket in the Plunket Shield competition earlier this year, picking up wickets in each of his fixtures.
In the Plunket Shield, New Zealand's premier domestic competition, he has scored more than 3,500 runs in 54 first-class matches.
Mangere Bridge Plunket Playgroup have recently created a Partnership Project with one of their local ECE centres, where teachers from the centre comes for a Playgroup session.
The brand is marketed strongly in conjunction with Plunket (a non-profit organisation for the wellbeing of babies and young toddlers).
Since 2011, an extended Well Child/Tamariki Ora (WC/TO) service has been provided through the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society (Inc) (Plunket) to vulnerable teenage mothers in Hawke's Bay.
Plunket said airport fire fighters and personnel from Emergency Rescue Unit Foundation were checking the cause of the fire alarm.
This is the second part of a historical review of the New Zealand child health and development record book (also known as the Well Child/Tamariki Ora Health book or Plunket book).
Parents have blasted Plunket - the country's largest baby and toddler organisation - for fitting the equipment against its own guidelines.
John Plunket Joly and the Great Famine in King's County.