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"Bluff'll be here forever." Heartland host Kerre Woodham heads south to the port town of Bluff for the 65th wedding anniversary of Fred and Myrtle Flutey, and visits their famous paua shell museum (after their death, the Flutey's paua collection was relocated in 2008 to Canterbury Museum). As well as taking part in the celebrations and learning the secrets of a happy marriage, Woodham talks to local fishermen, women rugby players and long time residents, including the memorable Sylvia Templeton-Warner. 

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A Series Perspective by Costa Botes 10.07.2009

Heartland grew out of the success of a one-off collaboration between presenter Gary McCormick and director Bruce Morrison. ...

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