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I have in my possession, some war records belonging to Thomas Campbell. I was told my natural fathers name is Eddie Campbell and was related to Thomas Campbell. I could see Thomas has a number of children but was unsure which child … Continue reading

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We flew out of Brisbane 2 weeks ago landing at the Auckland airport around 5pm. We jumped on the courteous bus which drove us a few minutes down the road to Go Rentals to pick up our vehicle. A quick … Continue reading

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Whakapapa (Māori pronunciation: [ˈfakapapa]), is a fundamental principle that permeates the whole of Māori culture. It is a paradigm of cultural discourse and provides the basis for establishing, enhancing, and even challenging relationships between individuals, whanau (families), hapū (local tribal … Continue reading

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