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New Zealand no easy target, says Kelvin Davis

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 14 November 2017
New Zealand no easy target, says Kelvin DavisActing Prime Minister Kelvin Davis has concerns for the safety of boat people trying to cross the perilous Tasman Sea to make it to New Zealand."There is the Tasman Sea to be crossed and it's a few thousand kilometres of some of...
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