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Keas - In the Land of the Kiwi

Gypsies, tramps and thieves—in some measure, New Zealand's swaggers were all of these things. They were opportunists in a society that idolised hard work and conformity. Their vagabondage earned them few friends and little respect, but—like our cheeky alpine parrot—they added a dash of colour to rural life.

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