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Ace Productions - Northland based Web and CD production company.
Acidstorm's Base - I am Maxx, known to my IRC budds as Acidstorm or Acidee. Link to IRC buds, Elite-X, Linux and pictures of the party in Wellington.
AlexWeb - Information and links relating to New Zealand, investment, skiing, soccer and music.
Andrew Skilton - 23 year old business lending officer from Christchurch. With bank and financial links.
Angelic Daisys - Personal home page with Sailor Moon, Dragonball Z, friends, favorite things, health stuff and homework helps.
B. Billedo - With photos of New Zealand, web design tips, a music store, tabs and chords collection.
Barry and Megan Page - Family page for the Page Family. In Greenhithe, North Shore, Auckland.
Carol Whyte - A NZ Maori from Tamaki Makaurau (Auckland). Provides links to graphics, NZ/Maori/Pacific genealogy sites, legends, tribes and canoes.
Cliff Nighy - About the progress of his new house in Nelson.
Communikay - Kay McMahon, freelance advertising copywriter and web designer.
David Morris - He created with Flash.
Delwyn and Gary - Homepages of two kiwis living in Christchurch.
Denise and Peter's Our Stuff - New Zealand immigration, shipping and history. Contains passenger lists, biographies, electoral rolls and shipwrecks information.
Dr Lauren - Family doctor, writer, radio host. Focus on women's health and women's issues. In Kapiti Coast.
Felix and Rita Schaad - Personal homepage of a New Zealand couple in Horeke, Northland.
Glenns Kiwi Web Site - A web site with stuff about NZ, Taranaki and New Plymouth. Glenn Darrah.
Greg's Online World - A personal homepage with lots of stuff - music, humour, links and a couple of original techno mp3s to download.
Harrison - The Harrison family
Hibernation Headquarters - Providing fun and humour in this grottos by someone from Dunedin.
Hugh Young - "A middle-aged boy genius" described by the editor of Arts and Letters Daily. He's especially interested in minority rights, minority (low-status) languages and the offbeat.

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