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Photo Essay: NZI Sevens Parade 2011

Wellingtonians crowded the streets to welcome the NZI Sevens Teams back for another year. The Parade heralds the beginning of a big few days where rugby, partying and crazy costumes put the Capital City in silly mode.


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