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HARD NEWS 4/2/03 - New Public Address Posts

Surly Bonds |Feb 04, 2003 09:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

In the same few days as seven astronauts died when the Columbia space shuttle broke up on re-entry, nine people died in a train accident in Sydney, 40 people died in a train crash in Zimbabwe, 15 people died in a terrorist bus bombing in Afghanistan and 46 people died in what appeared to be a terrorist bomb attack in Nigeria...
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Trains, Planes and Space Shuttles |Feb 04, 2003 00:04
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

If there's one thing that really pisses me off, it's when big news happens on a Sunday. I work, you see, at a small organisation whose responsibility it is to sit there, plugged into various talk-radio stations, listening to what's going on. We listen on behalf of people who are ...
http://publicaddress.net/default,cracker.sm#post251

Mundine vs Sullivan, Auckland, Feb 1 |Feb 02, 2003 19:35
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

Should boxers avoid being hit? If you are Anthony Mundine, the answer is 'yes'. The Australian ducked and stalled through 12 rounds at the ASB Stadium before being awarded a win by a surprising number of points. A lot of people had turned up to see punches being thrown but apart from a few shots from Sean Sullivan in the early rounds that sent a fine plume of sweat spraying off his opponent's bullet head ...
http://publicaddress.net/default,muselounge.sm#post247

Major Major Major minor |Feb 03, 2003 16:25
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Major at the Excelsior, Surry Hills, 31 January

Major are very tight musically, energetic, write good songs, but somehow still don't quite cut it. There's something missing. Very much in the mould of You Am I, they deliver driving, energetic pop with a strong guitar attack and a bit of three-part harmony ...
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