SISSAL

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SISSALSouth Island Shared Services Agency Limited (New Zealand)
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Organisations and other individuals who played a key role in implementation are Alison Velvin, and Gayle and the late Bob Heath; John Allen and Liz O'Kane from Work and Income (a service of the Ministry of Social Development); Julie Pearse (CEG); Mike Fitzgerald, Lucy Sandford-Reed (Health Funding Authority--now HealthPAC--and SISSAL) and Doug Hall; the Council for World Mission (CWM) and PCANZ; the Community Trust of Otago; Gillian Bremner CEO, and the Board of Presbyterian Support Otago; Rita Cleaver; Resident representatives from Norwood Street; and, most importantly, the young people and adults who have worked for YouthGrow and given it life.
But last night Faroes tourism chief Sissal Kristiansen hit back with some barbed comments: "Our men are much too big to have sex with puffins.
But natural fiber floor coverings are becoming more and more popular, with numerous stores offering jute, sissal or coir latex-backed rugs, or natural floor coverings like organic cotton throws, hemp rugs or cork.