Red noses raise $1.4 million

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The 2013 Red Nose campaign has raised over $1.4 million to help cure New Zealand’s sick kids.
For the past 23 days New Zealand has had red nose fever.
Over 650 schools, 100 businesses and hundreds of individuals around the country have been busy baking and selling their goodies to raise money for Red Nose Day.
On Friday evening, a 3.5 hour TV3 televised event Comedy for Cure Kids: Good Sports was held to end the campaign.
Cure Kids chief executive Vicki Lee said she was blown away by the support Red Nose Day got from the country.
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  1. I think that cure kids raising 1.4 million dollars is just unbeliveable cure kids would be proud of NZ

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