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Thank God we are far removed from ISIL who'd take us in 20 minutes today - going by are childish antics over Prime Minister John Key's ponytail, which demonstrates our lack of spine. Here we are, a country that produces the greatest rugby...

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I don't feel comfortable in big crowds these days, and I can't agree that wars solve anything. On Anzac Day morning I wanted to acknowledge the history – and I needed exercise. Memorial Park seemed a good place to be. What a blessing...

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Not only to New Zealand has our Prime Minister John Key made a disgraceful exhibition of himself but also to the world.This is most unacceptable behaviour from a man of his status as leader of our nation. I strongly feel that because he has stood down...

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RE: Western Bay of Plenty District Council spending on cycleways.    I've lived in Katikati all my life and love the place and feel passionately for the people here. But current and proposed expenditure makes the hair stand up on...

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Do people resemble animals in appearance, characteristics and/or behaviour?A foxy woman, a lion-hearted champion, as swift as a gazelle and so on.Well I think our Prime Minister has the characteristics of jellyfish.‘Jellyfish John' has plenty...

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Recently,  golliwog dolls have come out on display again and there has been a bit of hoo ha about it being racist as it slings off about black people. To put the story right this is absurd, as golliwogs have nothing to do with black people. The golliwogs...

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RE: ‘Support RSA and show John key the way' (The Weekend Sun, April 17).Ken Allen from Katikati is right when it comes down to basics, however you cannot do much with John Key or Bill English.John cannot understand that getting property investors...

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RE: ‘Village living costs' (The Weekend Sun, April 24). This letter by John O'Rourke needs a reply.The fact that shareholders make a profit is not a bad thing. Indeed, it is a business but without the villages old people would remain...

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Re: ‘Great stay, bad meals' (The Weekend Sun, April 24). I wish to reply to E Izett as their experience at Tauranga Hospital was different to mine.I too have just had a few days' stay in Tauranga Hospital and apparently the same ward...

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What a brilliantly sensitive, civil-minded restaurant industry we have developed when one of its members considers it important that the nation should know that the Prime Minister pulled her pony-tail.And what high standards our major national paper displays...

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