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Age is no barrier for generosity

Wednesday 8 November 2017 | Published in Local

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Age is no barrier for generosity
Lachlann's family, (From left to right) Lachlann's sister Jennifer, Father Jon, Brother Hamish (back), Mother Marie and sister Ffion. 17102766

Sometimes, a simple act of generosity can have far-reaching and life altering effects. That’s certainly the case for Lachlann Muhl who at just 14 years old saved the lives of four individuals – one being eight month old Dominic Joseph-Kura, a young Cook Islands boy.

Sometimes, a simple act of generosity can have far-reaching and life altering effects. That’s certainly the case for Lachlann Muhl who at just 14 years old saved the lives of four individuals – one being eight month old Dominic Joseph-Kura, a young Cook Islands boy.


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