Golden Kiwi cuppas

Today 110 years ago, the heaviest gold nugget on record in New Zealand was found Jones Creek, near the town of Ross on the West Coast. Weighing in at 3.09kg, it was the size of a man's fist and was named the "Honourable Roddy" after the minister of mines, Roderick McKenzie. Three kilograms of gold would be worth $150,000 today. The nugget was bought for £400 (equivalent to $67,000 in 2017) but in 1911 it was bought by the Government and became New Zealand's very generous coronation gift to King George V. When inquiries were made 40

Separated at birth

A can of has-beens

Is this a sign for Team NZ?