And the other answers are?

Paul Tremewan must have been a Boy Scout because he prepared for a two week absence by answering the next two Mondays’ quizes before leaving.

His first lot of answers were posted yesterday and Rob gave 4/5 for the correpsonding questions.  He’s right about #4, I don’t know about the others and googgled #5 but still didn’t work out the question.

The second lot of answers are:

1 15 May 1991, (replaced by the Employment Relations Act in 2000)
2 Maurice Duggan
3 Kevin Briscoe and Roger Urban
4 a Romney Perendale cross? (We city boys don’t know much about this apart from how they taste, and the fact that their wet weather gear makes excellent car seat covers!
(I learnt that as a student, working in the felly at AFFCO’s Moerewa Works!))
5 Mount Taranaki.

And the questions are?

3 Responses to And the other answers are?

  1. JC says:

    1. What date was the Employment Contracts Act brought in?

    2. Name two halfbacks who played for Taranaki and the All Blacks at the same time.

    3. Pass (hangs head in shame)

    4. What was Mt Egmont’s Maori name?

    JC

  2. Terry K says:

    1. What date was the Employment Contracts Act brought in?

    2. Who wrote “Six seasons and a girl”?

    3. Name two halfbacks who played for Taranaki and the All Blacks at the same time.

    4. What was the first breed of sheep in Taranaki?

    5. What is Mt Egmont’s Maori name?

  3. Paul Tremewan says:

    HP I got asked to leave Te Atatu Cubs, so I did not even get to be a Scout… so I could be prepared… but for those who did: look at this by Tom Lehrer!

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