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Timaru

(tĭm`əro͞o), city (1996 pop. 27,323), E central South Island, New Zealand, on the Pacific Ocean. It is the main port for the S Canterbury Plains. Frozen meats and other products are exported from the artificial harbor. There are light industries in the city.

Timaru

a port and resort in S New Zealand, on E South Island. Pop.: 43 100 (2004 est.)
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David Reid and his associates will continue to operate from their current locations in Timaru and Ashburton, New Zealand under the direction of Carl O'Shea, CEO of Crombie Lockwood (NZ) Limited, an Arthur J.
The unique women's Timaru Down Hoodie ($95) features individually dyed down pods that are visible through the silicon-coated transparent shell.
Hoping to recover his money through travel insurance, Leach sheepishly reported the incident to Timaru police.
The hunt centred around one man - Gordon Bray from Timaru, New Zealand.
They have travelled the 12,000 miles from Timaru on South Island to take part in the grade 3 competition.
She emigrated to New Zealand in 1999 and now lives in Timaru with husband David and their two daughters, Robyn and Dale.
Consent has also been granted to reopen the branch railway line from Waiareka to Weston, to be used to rail cement to Timaru and bring in some raw materials.
The other competitors in the national final were St Kentigern College (Auckland), Christchurch Girls' College and Timaru Boys' High School.
This is a particularly disappointing error in an Australasian publication, given that the real inventor, Sir Robert Macintosh, hailed from Timaru, New Zealand.
Timaru, New Zealand -- A lone police officer had her patrol car windscreen smashed by an angry 12-year-old boy wielding a skateboard at Caroline Bay on Saturday.
The couple, who had planned to get married in their adopted country, died on December 2 last year when a camper van driver lost control and ploughed into them in the Timaru area, on New Zealand's South Island.