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A lot’s happened in the last 17 years. Except for…


Dear 17-year-old Australians,

on behalf of all New Zealand.

You’ve seen a lot of things in your lifetime;
The birth of the smartphone
The growth of the internet
Social media
The first Australian female Prime Minister
Five other Australian Prime Ministers
Royals that won hearts
‘Royals’ that won Grammys
The first photograph of a black hole
A global recession
The first solar-powered flight around the world
Pluto losing its planet status
The reinvention of safety videos
The car that drove into space
The first Dreamliner taking flight
3D printing
Drones
Water found on Mars
Podcasts
A total lunar eclipse
The world’s first flying couch
Birth of the 7 billionth person
Planking
A reality star becoming a President
Driver-less cars
Marriage equality
The world tipping ice on itself
But.

You’ve never seen Australia win the Bledisloe Cup. We plan on keeping it that way.

Sorry.

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