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AddressMolesworth House
101 Molesworth Street
Thorndon, Wellington
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Sun, 15 Oct 2017 06:14 EDT
Assalamualaikum buat para dermawan nama saya Riki minta tolong Bantuan Hibah nya untuk modal usaha karena baru di phk istri dan anak perlu biaya buat sekolah,makan bisa di kirim ke No rekening BNI 0448032273 atas nama Riki sugilar berapun bantuan nya saya ucapkan terima kasih
Mr. F. J. van der Vyver
Tue, 2 May 2017 02:26 EDT
Appeal for memorabilia on Niue Rugby
Attention: Mr. F. J. van der Vyver
Van's Rugby Museum,
P. O. Box 5122,
South Africa.
E-mail: vandervyver2@gmail.com
Established: 1966
Mobile: + 27 83 689-0896
English speaking disabled rugby enthusiast and proprietor of private Museum on historical and original amateur 15 man code International, South African Provincial and South African Representative memorabilia from yesteryear
Supporter of London Scottish, Old Hararians, Villager Rugby Clubs, Blue Bulls, British Lions, Scotland and South Africa

The High Commissioner,
Niue High Commission,
New Zealand.

To whom it may concern,

Greetings from Blue Bulls country. I am a disabled rugby enthusiast and proprietor of my own private Rugby Museum on historical and original amateur 15 man code International, South African Provincial and South African Representative memorabilia from yesteryear. I am urgently looking for the following original amateur 15 man code memorabilia on Niue Islands rugby for display in my Rugby Museum:

Address of Rugby Museum if exist
Blank envelope and letterhead
Commemorative hardcover book on the history of Niue Islands Rugby if and whenever available
Commemorative match day programme v World XV if and whenever available
Commemorative tie if and whenever available
Lapel badge: 1990 version
Long sleeved match worn numbered jersey without sponsor's logo and without striped sleeves with pair of socks: 1990 version
Magazines on Niue Islands Rugby featuring Letters to the Editor columns
Match day progammes and used tickets of Internationals been played home and away before 1996
Pennant: 1990 version
Player's tie

I am also looking for used Niue phone cards and stamps. Any questions please give me a call.

Please forward the above much sought-after memorabilia on Niue Islands by registered mail, it is to secure safe delivery. I appreciate your support and not only am I looking forward not only to hear from you, but also to receive the above much sought-after memorabilia on Niue Islands rugby soon.

Yours in Rugby,
Mr. F. J. van der Vyver,
Capital Park,
South Africa.
Mr. F. J. van der Vyver
Mon, 1 May 2017 10:24 EDT
No Niue Embassy or High Commission or postal service from S.A. to Niue
Mr. F. J. van der Vyver
P. O. Box 5122,
South Africa.
E-mail: vandervyver2@gmail.com
Mobile: + 27 83 689-0896

Can anybody please anybody please explain to me how I get apart from e-mail get letters Niue, because there is no Embassy or High Commissioner or direct postal service from South to Niue. Looking forward to your early reply regarding this matter.

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. F. J. van drer Vyver. .
Heather taufitu
Wed, 7 Dec 2016 20:44 EST
Birth Certicate
Hi I was wondering if I could get my birth Certicate. Could you please let me know how to get one and pay. I need one as soon as possible. Thanks my email is heathertaufitu34@hotmail.com
Mary v
Mon, 5 Dec 2016 19:16 EST
Birth cert
Hi, really need a birth cert urgently to do my drivers licence, info in how to get one, an payment, please forward info to my email, vilikokatama @yahoo.com.
Jennifer Tamatoa
Wed, 31 Aug 2016 05:51 EDT
Birth Certificate
Fakalofa lahi atu, Fakamolemole fia loto au ke moua taha TOHI FANAU ke lata moe taokese haaku, please. Ko e higoa haana ko ENISETOSE HILDA SAAGA,or TAMATOA. Fakaue
Iata Peautolu
Wed, 6 Apr 2016 00:10 EDT
Birth Certificate...
Fakaalofa lahi atu,

My name is Iata and I'm wanting to obtain a birth certificate for my father. He needs it for medical purposes and procedures, without it the local doctors and health agencies will not provide their expertise and service.
My father is Vilitoloma Peautolu. He has two siblings, Uepa and Isopolo.
His father is Peautolu Iata and he married Vaioleti. Peautolu's father is Iata Fakahinaiki and he married Takamata. Dad's village is Hakupu Atua and I think he would've been born there.
I hope this is sufficient information for you. I look forward to your reply.

Monuina e aho,

Denise Kingi
Tue, 16 Feb 2016 10:27 EST
Attn: Mark Simpson
This comment is for Mark Simpson who posted a comment on January 31, 2016.
I believe you're after my uncle Mo. Tamm Kingi is my cousin. If you do get this message, please email me on dkingi@hotmail.com & I can help you get in contact with my uncle. He currently resides in South Auckland.
Mark Simpson
Sun, 31 Jan 2016 00:53 EST
Mo'orcycle Kingi
Fakalofa ki a koe,
My name is Mark Simpson. In the mid-70s I flatted with a Niuean man, Mo’orcycle Kingi (Mo). We attended Palmerston North Teachers’ College together and became friends. In 1977 I was his best man at his wedding in Auckland. He married a girl from the island. But since then we have lost contact. I think he went into insurance. I know his family came from Mangere in the 70s. I’d like to meet up with him again but have failed in my attempts to track him down. Can you help me please?

Many thanks,
PS I have found some articles of a high achieving Niuean girl by the name of Tammy Kingi but can’t find a link to her either.
Mon, 16 Nov 2015 19:35 EST
hi my mum is going bank to niue and wants me to go with her how ever i dont know if i can because i have a criminal record from 07 so i guess my question is can i travel to niue?

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