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Hard News 22/05/03 - Rough Trade

HARD NEWS 22/05/03 - Rough Trade

A *huge* blog for the weekend ...

Pique performance |May 23, 2003 13:56
Russell Brown's Hard News

Wow. Shades of 'Economy in Nosedive' or what? The Herald today takes a story that even NBR relegates to page three and devotes its entire front page to this : 'PM's comments death knell to trade deal: US'...,

Thursday |May 23, 2003 10:32
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

The Festival opened on wharf 4/5 on the other side of the bridge. The Sebel is in 1/5 while 2/5 and 3/5 are being sanded down plank by plank to be turned into harbour apartments...,


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