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The commands from USCGC Walnut (WLB 205) and USCGC Joseph Gerczak (WPC 1126) spent time with peers from HMNZ Otago (P148) discussing the mission, challenges and comparing shipboard life in the region.
OTAGO TRAIL isn't that well handicapped but there are reasons to suppose this is the plan for Venetia Williams' (left) veteran.
Otago is the Norwegian's first confirmed event after losing his seat at WRC's Citroen Racing.
Otago Medical SchooL Centre for Pos-graduate Nursing Studies lecturer Raewyn Lesa spoke about experiencing realism in simulation to meet the demands of an increasingly complex environment.
"Otago exercise supporters provide assistance to class attendees to enable them to take part safely, providing guidance for older adults with visual impairments or hearing loss, or feel more secure if someone is beside them while they are taking part.
Otago A fought back brilliantly thanks to courtesy of twin centuries from CT Hawkins, who scored a majestic a 135-ball 137 and HJ Visavadiya who score 112 from 101 deliveries as they put on a target of 279 for the young Tigers to chase.
On the field, the allrounder was dismissed for two and then failed to take a wicket in his nine overs as Otago claimed a threewicket win.
On the field, the all-rounder was dismissed for two and then failed to take a wicket in his nine overs as Otago claimed a three-wicket win.
JGBS students would complete first year of MBA programme in Sonepat and head to Otago University to complete the second year of the academic course.
Collins was highly commended for his counter-attacking play in the semi-final defeat and had scored a brace of tries in Otago's victory over Northland 10 days earlier.
Radio NZ reported that the fire danger on the east coast is being assessed as fire officers in Central Otago and Hauraki District are on standby.
The Lay Association of the Free Church of Scotland founded Dunedin at the head of Otago Harbour in 1848 as the principal town of its church settlement, with the name coming from Dun Eideann, the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland's capital city.