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HARD NEWS 24/04/03 - Four Million and Four Hundred

HARD NEWS 24/04/03 - Four Million and Four Hundred

Cool! Public Address's 400th post on the same day as the four millionth New Zealander ...


Let Freedom Ring |Apr 24, 2003 12:42
Russell Brown's Hard News

Information Clearing House is the latest dissenting website to cop hack attacks from some self-styled friends of freedom, American-style. I can see why some people would consider the Clearing House a threat: it's very good at what it does...,


Welcome to NZ, Population 4,000,000 |Apr 24, 2003 11:01
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

At 5.30pm today, as far as best guesstimates will allow, New Zealand's population hits four million . OK sure, it's just a statistical thing, but it marks a suitable time for reflection. It's like taking stock of your life when you turn 30, or pulling over and having a ...,


Mork Calling Orkland (a guest column by Richard) |Apr 23, 2003 16:28
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

Busytot's Dad here. Many, many years ago I must have watched an episode of Mork and Mindy which, thanks to some quirk of memory, has permanently lodged itself in my head. So far as I can remember, the show always ended with Mork calling home to Ork with his latest ...,


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