The Great Worldwide Treasure Hunt – NZ Herald style…

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The craze/phenomenon  of treasure hunts in major cities around the world has finally reached New Zealand;

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Worldwide treasure hunt for hidden $100 notes comes to Auckland

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The New Zealand Herald has decided on a similar “treasure hunt”, as publicity to re-build it’s somewhat tarnished image and reputation from the last couple of weeks. The editor, Tim Murphy as announced a Herald-style treasure hunt, with prizes secreted around the city.

Solve the clues, and you could win a magnificent prize, courtesy of the Herald… [scroll down]

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Your very own copy of;

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portrait of a prime minister

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Start the hunt early and avoid the rush!

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NZ Herald: Worldwide treasure hunt for hidden $100 notes comes to Auckland


 

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Above image acknowledgment: Francis Owen/Lurch Left Memes

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13 COMMENTS

  1. I won’t be rushing any faster than that myopic penguin on the cover can waddle.
    My enjoyment of previous Penguin Books publications has been marred for life.

  2. The man who brought the craze here — who wanted to be known only as Harry …..

    “We thought it was a cool thing to do and so we decided to see what would happen if we did it in Whangarei,” Harry said. NZH

    Very cool.What a worthwhile game for the fabulously rich. Hide some petty cash and have hours of enjoyment watching those who can’t even pay their power bills or buy their kids a school lunch grovel about fruitlessly searching for it.

  3. I live in South Korea, where it’s a common habit for men not to flush after their #2’s. I think I’d rather find one of those hidden treasures than a copy of that book.

  4. Thanks for the high quality image, it made me recoil involuntarily from the screen in surprise.

    Being that close in real life could provoke automatic kisses* from some.

    * Liverpool style.

  5. Treasure hunt NZ Herald style, ahem, I guess we will then have hundreds or thousands roam the city, going through rubbish bins, lifting doormats, nosing around bus stops, the railway station, dusting off gathered dirt from window sills and so forth, all out to find a “treasure”.

    As for that biography on John Key, could we perhaps rename it “Portrait of a Primate Minister”??? Or perhaps “Portrait of a Primarily Self Serving Minister”?

    With all this, all that seems “to matter” this weekend has been “reported”, and the “future” of the nation will be ensured, with the “right” kind of priorities set for the wider public.

    Keep it up dear Herald editors, you are half way there to make the dumbing down irreversible.

  6. Well if it 100 dollars and it takes 5 hours to find. The hourly rate is still better than John key would like – so I don’t see this lasting…

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