Wed, 02 Mar 2011 1:53p.m.
Sign language interpreter Jeremy Borland is normally onstage at Christchurch press conferences signing important updates.
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6/03/2011 2:48:59 p.m.
Joanne Kete wrote:
You were a wonderful interpreter on the television about the christchurch Earthquake. Execllent
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