March 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;3/23/2007, Issue 42, p27
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The article offers information for sending competition entries and winners of several contests in "Travel Weekly." All Counter Culture competitions could be sent to counterculture@reedbusiness.com.au or may be sent to 0294222863. The winner for the March 9 , 2007 contest is Laura Stockton, travel agent from the Auckland, New Zealand-based Go Holidays.


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