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While this is admittedly a little bit of a kludge, it’s not enough to offend my sensibilities. It works, it works robustly, and the code remains reasonably simple and easy to follow. Find out more in code offering Autocomplete autocomplete
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new images January 2013 Steam, condensation, refraction, on and off the rails in Wanganui, Kapiti and the Wairarapa.
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new images December 2012 We visit Banks Peninsula, Taranaki, East Cape and Horowhenua A trail that ends the year in Wanganui.
I’m ambivalent about the buttons on the right, preferring to think of them as a way visitors can vote for their favourite social network. You’ll note there’s no Facebook button. Facebook is unable to verify that I exist, at least not at my New Zealand phone number. To reciprocate I’ve decided Facebook doesn’t exist either. Fair’s fair.