Wanganui


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Wanganui

(ˌwɒŋəˈnuːɪ)
n
(Placename) a port in New Zealand, on SW North Island: centre for a dairy-farming and sheep-rearing district. Pop: 43 600 (2004 est)
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In New Zealand, the Wanganui Data Centre operates integrated driver and motor vehicle licensing and police criminal records data.Proponents of national identification systems suggest these systems as a solution to political and social problems everything from preventing terrorism to keeping bad drivers off the road, stopping teenagers from drinking, and foiling drug traffickers.
Wanganui is brewed with kiwi fruit and Huell melon ANDTAIHEKE hops to give aromas of ripe apple and kiwi fruit flavours, while Gose Train is brewed with Montueka coriander seeds and salt for a softer citrus and honey taste.
40-year reunion of the nursing class that started 1979 at Wanganui Hospital.
The farm labourer was born in Radford Bank, Stafford, on April 12, 1896, and his last employer is listed as D Ross of Brunswick, Wanganui, New Zealand.
Replacements: A Makalio (Tasman), T Fahamokioa (Wellington), M Renata (Auckland), M Matich (Northland), P Rowe (Wanganui), R Judd (Bay of Plenty), J Lowe (Hawke's Bay), J Ngaluafe (Southland).
No flowers please, memorial donations may be made to Brain Tumour Research via www.justgiving.com/Richard-Friel-Grand-Challenge GRIFFITHS Frances Passed away peacefully at home in Wanganui, New Zealand, surrounded by extended family and loved ones 12 January 2016.
The Otunui ('the vessel') was a river vessel which provided passenger and freight services on the Wanganui River.
When Manu Austin decided she was going to retire at the end of September this year (2015) after 48 years in nursing, the staff at Belverdale Hospital in Wanganui thought it would be a great idea to celebrate her career and achievements.