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Blame Jacinta

Kiwis have been pushing us around for millions of years

17 December 2022

9:00 AM

17 December 2022

9:00 AM

Doug Sprigg, owner of the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, and I are traversing the continent using isolated station tracks in my 57-year old Volvo Amazon on a rerun of the last sector of the 1968 London-Sydney rally. The aim of my codriver is impressive. He hits every pothole, bump and corrugation.

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Emeritus Professor Ian Plimer’s book ‘Green Murder’ (Connor Court) was written after he saw the Wallabies thrashed at Eden Park. He has never been back.

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