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New Zealand's Information Network November 2003 Newsletter

Greetings from New Zealand's Information Network!

Start slapping on the sunblock and dust off the BBQ’s - get ready for a scorcher New Zealand summer! As we sit in the office sweltering in the Canterbury heat (and it’s only spring) fantasies of cold ice creams, white sandy beaches and frolicking in refreshing ocean waves creep into our heads.

The office hustle and bustle has stepped up a few notches as we prepare for the crazy festive season and a busy summer period for New Zealand tourism, and with the influx of Website enquiries we are happy to announce that New Zealand’s Information Network has gone live!

We can now answer your online questions in real time with our new software, PHPLive Support. Simply click on the link www.newzealandnz.co.nz/livesupport.html or visit our Website and click on the Live Support banner to talk to someone at the Live Support desk.

Best Regards

New Zealand's Information Network - Scanning the nation for YOUR information – http://www.newzealandnz.co.nz

Chat now using PHPLive Support at http://www.newzealandnz.co.nz/livesupport.html

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