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'Lazy' Canterbury girl became political powerhouse - New Zealand's first woman MP remembered

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 12 September 2017
'Lazy' Canterbury girl became political powerhouse - New Zealand's first woman MP rememberedElizabeth McCombs was lazy, according to an older sister, but that didn't prevent her from forging an energetic political career and being elected New Zealand's first woman member of Parliament.Today is the anniversary of McCombs'...
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