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arrived on British screens on December 9, 1960, and it’s never left. It wasn’t until 1964 that the soap started establishing itself as an institution on New Zealand television. But in the past two decades, viewing numbers have declined to a fraction of what they were when the show was once a mainstay of TVNZ prime time. That reflects the show’s slow drop in popularity in the UK, also a product of the erosion of

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