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Shortland Street-This is where youll find me everyday @ 7 (if its on) SHORTLAND STREET LYRICS  Is it you or is it me? Lately I've been lost it seems. I think a change is what I need. If I'm looking for a chance or to dream  Shortland Street...  Taking time to hold my place. Yesterday's another race Just living for the times we've seen. When the writing's on the wall says I'll be  Shortland Street...  If you want to find a way of searching for another world, It's hard to see.  Shortland…

Shortland Street-This is where youll find me everyday @ 7 (if its on) SHORTLAND STREET LYRICS Is it you or is it me? Lately I've been lost it seems. I think a change is what I need. If I'm looking for a chance or to dream Shortland Street... Taking time to hold my place. Yesterday's another race Just living for the times we've seen. When the writing's on the wall says I'll be Shortland Street... If you want to find a way of searching for another world, It's hard to see. Shortland…

"Queen St., Auckland, nostalgia  Scene is from a mid-1960s article entitled "New Zealand, Gift of the Sea" and looks up Queen Street in Auckland during the Christmas season. ATB trolleybus 112 sports a red band and striped poles proclaiming the Queen Street shuttle service. The inscription on the red band reads "Queen St - Karangahape Rd" while the placard in the window says "Via Greys Ave." Two more red banded shuttle trolleybuses can been seen further up Queen St.

"Queen St., Auckland, nostalgia Scene is from a mid-1960s article entitled "New Zealand, Gift of the Sea" and looks up Queen Street in Auckland during the Christmas season. ATB trolleybus 112 sports a red band and striped poles proclaiming the Queen Street shuttle service. The inscription on the red band reads "Queen St - Karangahape Rd" while the placard in the window says "Via Greys Ave." Two more red banded shuttle trolleybuses can been seen further up Queen St.

Man on a horse on the main street of Te Araroa, on the occasion of the hui for Te Moananui-a-kiwa Ngarimu. Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972

Man on a horse on the main street of Te Araroa, on the occasion of the hui for Te Moananui-a-kiwa Ngarimu. Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972

The Prime Minister and the gang member, Otara, 1979.

The Prime Minister and the gang member, Otara, 1979.

Man drinking a glass of beer, New Zealand, 1960, photograph by Brian Brake.

Man drinking a glass of beer, New Zealand, 1960, photograph by Brian Brake.

Peter Snell of New Zealand is one of the best middle-distance runners of all time. He became the first man since 1920 to win gold medals at both the 800m and 1500m at the same Olympics. Four years earlier he had won his first gold, in the 800 metres at the Rome Olympics. When he ended his career, in 1965, as a 26-year-old man, Snell was a triple Olympic champion, a double gold medal winner at the Commonwealth Games, and he had set multiple world records, most notably at the 800m and 1000m.

Peter Snell of New Zealand is one of the best middle-distance runners of all time. He became the first man since 1920 to win gold medals at both the 800m and 1500m at the same Olympics. Four years earlier he had won his first gold, in the 800 metres at the Rome Olympics. When he ended his career, in 1965, as a 26-year-old man, Snell was a triple Olympic champion, a double gold medal winner at the Commonwealth Games, and he had set multiple world records, most notably at the 800m and 1000m.

Bruce Connew: Southland NEW ZEALAND, 1995 Farm kids sell swedes for pocket money at a farm gate in Eastern Bush.

Bruce Connew: Southland NEW ZEALAND, 1995 Farm kids sell swedes for pocket money at a farm gate in Eastern Bush.

Sir Colin Meads (1936-) - All Black, nicknamed "Pine Tree", played 55 test matches between 1957-71.

Sir Colin Meads (1936-) - All Black, nicknamed "Pine Tree", played 55 test matches between 1957-71.

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