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High Frequency Electronics Ltd High Frequency Electronics Ltd was established in 1988 to provide technical and engineering services to the RF industry in New Zealand.
Since then the company has grown to be a leader in the radio frequency field and New Zealand's only manufacturer of high quality dielectric welders.
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I added a photo of my friends' civil union as I felt the page needed some kind of illustration.Sure, Rob Arnold was the gay Boy Band member, but there are far more notable members and far more worthy LGBT relevant events, organisations and media-covered groups that have been formed forging other LGBT people into the limelight.It has occurred to me that virtually no gay people use 'gay' as a noun, as in the title of this page.If you have any suggestions on how we could make NZCity your ultimate tool please fill in your comments below and hit the submit button.We will do our best to reply to all of your ideas and queries.
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