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- Comparing New Zealand to The United States.
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- Free Rice: Addictive, but is it a scam?
- Between Electric bikes and motorbikes
- A new power company? No.
- BNZ doesn't get it. Time to change banks
- Remove yourself from love lover and crush calculator txts
- About Lance
- BNZ Sucks: Verified by Visa sucks
- In Europe it’s abundantly clear- bikes are transport. And the city bikes in Dublin, London & Paris have transformed the tourist experience • 19 hours ago
- I think that’s the issue we are struggling with in NZ - I see bikes as predominately used for transport, but others view as recreation. • 19 hours ago
- Some good points in here about how electric bikes turn more cities into using bikes as transport versus recreation. citylab.com/commute/2014/0… • 19 hours ago
- @rowsell I once got a free jar of peanut butter from Pics - and a free T-shirt from Vend. Tough decision, but that PB was great. @paulq • 1 day ago
- @rhysiedarby Amazing! I got this unique perspective of this lit metal structure the other day. http://t.co/BztjuIIrZD • 1 day ago
- @CJ_NZ SCIF have made a decent number of (small) investments, which should keep 1 or 2 people busy full time @danielwithmusic @rowansimpson • 1 day ago
- @CJ_NZ $160m of VIF is fund of funds, $40m SCIF directly invested. Would expect ~1% for FoF, 2% for direct. @danielwithmusic @rowansimpson • 1 day ago
- RT @HNTweets: Kiwi rocket company ready to blast off: stuff.co.nz/technology/gad… Comments: news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8100583 • 1 day ago
- @tanya maybe add public transport options. • 1 day ago
- @nzben are you finding the electric bike safer than standard bike? @saggis @Christodemp @lantern • 2 days ago
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