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Operation Million Dollar Mouse

Courtesy of Norfolk Guardian

We had faith in our ability,” says Veronica Syman. “But there was a nagging doubt. There's always something that can go wrong.” And if it's not the rolling oceans and heavy swells around the remote and hostile Antipodes Islands it's the wind, the big wind. “There was a lot of waking at 1am and wondering, worrying and hoping,” says Greg Syman. (Read More)

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Meet Sarah Beth Johnson

by Carli Christian

Many on Norfolk would now be familiar with Sarah, it’s hard not to miss Sarah and her sister Bec if you visit The Olive Cafe. The lovely ladies have been living on Norfolk for some time now, arriving on Norfolk for a ‘short break’ commonly referred to as GAP Year when she completed high school in Oamaru in the South Island of New Zealand. (Read More)

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