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The New Zealand Herald
From farming to selling rugby gearTim Morris fits head gear, Paladin's first product, on to Napier Old Boys Maris
From farming to selling rugby gear
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Tim Morris fits head gear, Paladin's first product, on to Napier Old Boys Marist player Brad Campbell at McLean Park. Photo / Duncan Brown Tim Morris was never your usual farmer, graduating with a double major in maths and physics before becoming an... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Uber’s new bid to change our travelmanager, Queensland, promotes the benefits for users. Uber was legalised in tha
Uber’s new bid to change our travel
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
manager, Queensland, promotes the benefits for users. Uber was legalised in that state this week. Uber's James Cummins and Tim Morris in Cairns With Uber now firmly established as an alternative to catching a taxi, despite the virulent opposition... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst parkrunparkrun. 073016pbpark9 Ian, Kate and Chris McEwen with their dog Moppet at the
Bathurst parkrun
Western Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
parkrun. 073016pbpark9 Ian, Kate and Chris McEwen with their dog Moppet at the launch of . 073016pbpark14 Tim Morris, Joshua Forrester and Miriam Tan at the launch of . 073016pbpark13 There were plenty of people... Read more
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25d
Western Advocate
Out and About in Bathurst | August 1, 2016at the launch of Bathurst parkrun. 073016pbpark12 Grace and Diana Davis at the
Out and About in Bathurst | August 1, 2016
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
at the launch of Bathurst parkrun. 073016pbpark12 Grace and Diana Davis at the launch of Bathurst parkrun. 073016pbpark6 Tim Morris, Joshua Forrester and Miriam Tan at the launch of Bathurst parkrun. 073016pbpark13 Firefighters Peter Willard and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Is the Mafia selling assault weapons to Islamists?al-Sharia and Isis (Islamic State), which recently lost control of the port of
Is the Mafia selling assault weapons to Islamists?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
al-Sharia and Isis (Islamic State), which recently lost control of the port of Sirte - occupy territory there. Although Tim Morris, executive director of police services at Interpol, said they had not collated any direct evidence of Isis being... Read more

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