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  • 1 Million Eligible Voters Can't be bothered Voting!

    Last post: TTT on 03.12.11 at 01:35 | Started by DeeDee on 28.11.11

    You do have rights in NZ. A right to Vote. So use it or you might just lose it, one day. Millions of people around the world have fought for their Right to vote and thousands have died recently.
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  • Vote for the Best Albums of 2011

    Last post: TTT on 01.12.11 at 15:12 | Started by DeeDee on 01.12.11

    Adele 21 would have to first, considering how many Cds Adele sold and air play. Bon Iver would be second as far as new group with great music and Foster People most interesting music newcomer.
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  • Cucumbers - Miracle food.

    Last post: TTT on 01.12.11 at 14:56 | Started by New Member on 28.11.11

    I did not know cucumbers were so good for you. I thought they just all water and a bit of fibre.
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  • SKIPPERS RESPONSIBIITIES to stay safe in the water:

    Last post: TTT on 01.12.11 at 14:50 | Started by Bells-n-Whistles on 01.12.11

    Again everything in moderation when it comes to drinking on a boat. Skippers are responsible for every ones safety on the boat but you are also responsibility for your own safety. Make sure you take a cell phone with a waterproof protector, wear life jacket at all times and tell your family where you will be going and when you due back. If you do not like way, the boat is being handled or the weather conditions make sure you voice your concerns with the Captain and asked to be put ashore immediately or get support from other passengers to anchor in safe place. Duty of care is always with each individual first and if you think your safety is at risk, you should act immediately.
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  • Election 2011 - the winners and losers

    Last post: TTT on 29.11.11 at 15:43 | Started by DeeDee on 29.11.11

    I think most of Labour voters are living a better life overseas.
    70% of Kiwis are against Asset sales. What happen to democracy?
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  • BDO Artist Profile - Best Coast

    Last post: TTT on 29.11.11 at 11:05 | Started by TTT on 29.11.11

    Any thing with a Beach Boys Vibe is definitely worth a look. More about BDO Artist Profile - Best Coast

  • BDO Second Announcement

    Last post: TTT on 29.11.11 at 11:03 | Started by Rugbylocos on 28.11.11

    Yes, Six60, Midnight Youth and David Dallas are great additions but hope Noel Gallagher sings his Oasis songs. They will sound great sung by the crowd who will know all the words.
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  • BDO Artist Profile - Das Racist

    Last post: TTT on 29.11.11 at 10:57 | Started by TTT on 29.11.11

    I am glad there are some great Hip Hop artists at the BDO to see even if the are a bit left field. More about BDO Artist Profile - Das Racist

  • Kanye West Headlines Big Day Out 2012

    Last post: TTT on 29.11.11 at 10:53 | Started by TTT on 02.10.11

    I am really pissed off that Kanye West is not coming to NZ. He is one of the biggest Music Artists in the World at the moment and seeing him play would have been a real highlight.
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  • Bic Runga at Holy Trinity Church in Parnell Auckland

    Last post: TTT on 29.11.11 at 10:43 | Started by TTT on 29.11.11


    The Classic Hits Acoustic Church Tour with the iconic Bic Runga at Holy Trinity Church in Parnell Auckland was a lovely Concert. It is the first time I have been to concert at this venue and it is beautiful setting, with good sloping seating with great acoustics. Bic had natural interaction with the audience and played quite a few songs off her new album Belle as well as all the audience favourites. At end of concert for the encore, she did requests from the audience and finished with the song Gravity. Gravity is my favourite Bic Runga Song and this finished a superb and wonderful concert beautifully.
    The warm up act, Natalia Mann solo harpist was an unexpected highlight with the acoustics of the Holy trinity making her music even more beautiful. I have never heard a solo harpist play before and was very impressed with the music she produced in her 20-minute set and her contribution to Bic’s songs later on in the concert.
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