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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. Land-starved Singapore says it can't completely stop sand being smuggled in from Indonesia. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 20 March 2004.

Reference Number: DX-023-300

The scene is Singapore airport and a queue of people waiting to get into the country have bulky trousers filled with sand. The immigration officer asks them if they are the 'Beach Boys', referring to a popular 1960s American pop group.

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1 image, categorised under Computer graphics, Watercolours and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Ashley W Smith, New Zealand shipping gazette (Periodicals), Indonesia, Singapore, Musical groups and Smuggling.

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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. Land-starved Singapore says it can't completely stop sand being smuggled in from Indonesia. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 20 March 2004., Reference Number DX-023-300 (1 digitised items)

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