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The Way We Cooked

Reflections on New Zealand cooking in the 1970’s. Chicken casserole for the busy housewife. Continue reading

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Wanganui and Whanganui – The Case Of The Dropped ‘H’

Much has been made in recent days of the spelling of a small provincial town on the west coast of the North Island known as Whanganui or Wanganui. A simple ‘h’ is the at the heart of the issue here. … Continue reading

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Sólyom Visits Wellington

The President of Hungary,  László Sólyom, visited Wellington on Sunday, 27th September as part of a four-day visit to New Zealand.  The last time the President of Hungary visited New Zealand was on 1999 when Árpád Göncz came to our … Continue reading

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ANZAC Day, Budapest 2001

In 2001 we attended the ANZAC Day service at the British Commonwealth War Cemetery located near Solymár, on the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary. There are over 150 service personnel buried here, including six New Zealanders. The photos below include the … Continue reading

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