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Melbourne and Sydney Report

The cities, towns and villages along the eastern coast of Australia are all reporting a Merry Christmas to the North Pole. Emails are flooding Santa's post office by the thousands. Meanwhile, I did a check with Elf Bernard in Santa's workshop…
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Kiribati Reports a Merry Christmas

More reports coming from the islands of the sea, most recently from Kiribati, just north of the coast of Australia. We're also getting spotty reports from naval vessels along the Australian coast that claim to have seen Santa in the skies. Elf…
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Santa Rockets South Again Towards Australia

Santa is airborn once again and he's covering a lot of ocean quickly -- stopping on remote Pacific islands, visiting ships at sea and pushing further and further south again. We have no new delivery reports to share but expect more soon.…
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Fiji Reports Santa’s Visit

Telephone lines and emails are burning up in Fiji where we're just now receiving reports that Santa has been there. Let the island hopping in the South Pacific begin. Just a word of advice to folks living out there....Santa loves seafood!…
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Multiple Sightings Over Wellington Reported

Airwaves are buzzing in Wellington, New Zealand with multiple reports of a fast moving, low flying sleigh. Our own elf spotters stationed there, local police, fire and miliary services and even a local television station are all on the radio…
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First Reports from New Zealand Come In

We've received numerous reports now from New Zealand of Santa's visits! In a few hours now children and families will awaken to evidence that Santa has been there. Ever since Santa took that speed rush over North America to set the new speed…
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Tonga Reports a Merry Christmas

Island hearts at happy at this hour as sleigh spotters in Tonga report of Santa's recent visit. Going from hut to hut and home to home in the tiny island nation Santa has been busy island hopping and enjoying the hospitality of the welcoming…
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The South Pole Reports First Visits from Santa

This is a surprise: the first visits from Santa come from the point furthest away from his home: the South Pole. "Therea aren't a lot of people there, much less a lot of kids," Elf Billy said. "But they are important to Santa and this stop…
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Santa Pushes Further South

Santa is deep in the South Pacific now, right about where you would expect him to be to make his first stops. Some years he delivers to ships at sea first and other years it might be New Zealand or perhaps even Tonga. We never know for sure…
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Australian Military Spots Santa on Radar

It is still Christmas Eve in Australia...barely...so it might be a little too early for Santa to make a stop there. However, we're receiving reports from tracking stations manned by elves in Australia that are hearing by way of military radio…
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Santa Over the Indian Ocean as He Heads South

Spotters in Africa have called in to the North Pole surprised to see Santa at this stage in his flight. Normally Santa heads for the Pacific and then turns south but in order to test the speed capabilities of his new sleigh he turned East in…
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New Speed Record Set Over Atlantic

Santa has taken the sleigh due East in a test run meant to push the limits of his new sleigh -- and we're pleased to announce that Molly (the name of the sleigh that Santa selected from our contest just a short while ago) is now the fastest…