Back from holiday…

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After a hectic three weeks of holidays, travelling and weddings we’re back to reality. It’s been a fun, crazy time with the week leading up to our wedding seeing the arrival of Andy & Jerome, Chris & Beula, and Mum & Ben from overseas. The…
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Brackenridge

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We’ve been on holiday for a week and are now staying at Brackenridge in preparation for the big day. We had the wedding rehearsal last night and all went well, including the music – I bought an inverter to plug in the cigarette lighter of…
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Gmail invites…

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I have a whole heap of Gmail invites to give away, if you want one send an email to stuart.maxwell@gmail.com and I’ll send you the invite. For those of you that don’t know, Gmail is the new webmail service from Google and the best thing…
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Photo gallery added…

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[EDIT: The Photo gallery is back up and is can be found here: stuart.amanzi.co.nz/photo-gallery I’ve had to temporarily take down the photo gallery because I’ve upgraded to the new WordPress 1.5. Hopefully I’ll get it back up soon…] I’ve just added a cool photo gallery…
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Blog site moved…

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Please update your links… I’ve changed the address of this site and have now moved it to stuart.amanzi.co.nz. This is because I wanted to keep the www.amanzi.co.nz domain free for use with my limited liability company that I have set up. Sorry for the inconvenience…

Wellington earthquake…

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We had a pretty big earthquake here this morning – measured 5.5 on the Richter scale, and it was the first big one I’ve felt over here – quite exciting. Here are the details taken from the Geonet website: http://www.geonet.org.nz/x2354133g_l.html Reference Number: 2354133/G Universal Time:…
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What is Amanzi?

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I’m always asked the question: “What is amanzi?” Amanzi is the zulu word for ‘water’ and the town that i grew up in was called ‘Amanzimtoti’ which means ‘sweet waters’. The town got it’s name from the chief of the zulus, Shaka Zulu, who once…
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