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Christchurch

by New Zealand on Air and user charges. It is New Zealand's national broadcast radio archive and it manages, collects, preserves and provides access to radio recordings and memorabilia from 1922 to present day. It was formed in 1998 by amalgamating Radio New Zealand's Christchurch general archive collection and Auckland Maori programme archive into a single organisation with common management, procedures and practices. The core historical collection, started in 1956, includes 14000


Auckland

. It is New Zealand's national broadcast radio archive and it manages, collects, preserves and provides access to radio recordings and memorabilia from 1922 to present day. It was formed in 1998 by amalgamating Radio New Zealand's Christchurch general archive collection and Auckland Maori programme archive into a single organisation with common management, procedures and practices. The core historical collection, started in 1956, includes 14000 lacquer discs, 20000 open reel tapes, 10000


Japan

(Suara Cipta Sempurna, founded in the 1980s)), South Korea and the Philippines. They recorded a four-track EP, which was initially only sold at venues, but was some months later released in Australia and overseas. Several live tracks from the two radio recordings were included on the Japanese release. One track from the original EP, "Just Pretend", made it into the Triple J Hottest 100, 2003. Far East, 1883-1886 Reactivated on 18 September 1883, ''Trenton


Australia

-track EP, which was initially only sold at venues, but was some months later released in Australia and overseas. Several live tracks from the two radio recordings were included on the Japanese release. One track from the original EP, "Just Pretend", made it into the Triple J Hottest 100, 2003. On July 13 the submarine fired five torpedoes at enemy ships in Semarang Roadstead. The next day, the submarine headed for Australia, transiting Lombok Straits between


United States

and comedian on radio, recordings, and television. He was the brother of NBC executive Sylvester "Pat" Weaver and the uncle of actress Sigourney Weaver. A major proportion of aid from donor nations is tied (tied aid), mandating that a receiving nation spend on products and expertise originating only from the donor country.


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