It is with a sense of great relief, says Prime Minister Henry Puna, that the New Zealand government, Defence Force and the Commonwealth War Graves Commission will finally honour in a way befitting of their sacrifice, six of our brave Soldiers who served in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force during World War One.
It was a slow start. First Australian visitor Cate Walker paying her respects to her mother at Nikao Cemetery.
Business and tourism leaders say the country can’t yet handle as many tourists as bank economists recommend.
The story is told of a timid curate, invited to breakfast at the Bishop’s residence. “I’m afraid you’ve got a bad egg,” the Bishop exclaimed.
I know about budget airlines.
Living and working in the UK, my wife and I were trapped in Prague when easyJet cancelled our late-night flight back to London.