Smith, Ashley W., 1948-:News. The actual Russian owners of two trawlers moored in Dunedin's harbour for 3 years are getting hard to identify. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 3 May 2003.
Reference Number: DX-023-260
The scene is a wharf where two rusty and dilapidated fishing boats are anchored nearby. An official holding a writ asks a man on the wharf who owns the boats but he denies all knowledge. The man is crouched down dancing a cossack dance and there is a bottle of vodka lying beside him. Some other fishermen are looking on.
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Smith, Ashley W., 1948-:News. The actual Russian owners of two trawlers moored in Dunedin's harbour for 3 years are getting hard to identify. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 3 May 2003., Reference Number DX-023-260 (1 digitised items)
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