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Written by TV1, Close Up   
Wednesday, 26 April 2006
Friday April 7
We've all met them, people who dedicate much of their spare time to helping others. We meet one such volunteer, who is determined everyone in her Wellington suburb will be ready if a tsunami hits. And she has some pretty unorthodox methods of doing that. Corinne Ambler went to Lyall Bay to pick up some survival tips.

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