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Hard News 30/05/03 - Friday Afternoon Infotainment

HARD NEWS 30/05/03 - Friday afternoon infotainment

Hi folks,

Flesh blogs from nearly everyone! Assume the appearance of working and read them at the office this afternoon, or peruse at your leisure this weekend ...




Do the right thing |May 30, 2003 12:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

While Murray McCully is loudly declaring that "separate funding for Maori [broadcasting] should stop", it might be worth recalling that not only was he part of the National government that established Te Mangai Paho in 1994, he was a member of the Cabinet that agreed in ...,


Hey, how ya doin'? |May 30, 2003 11:25
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

A few weeks back I did an interview with Dave Jolicouer (Trugoy) of legendary hip-hop group De La Soul . A heavily truncated version of the interview is in the latest issue of Remix magazine, and a slightly edited interview will be heard on bFM sometime on Tuesday breakfast, but for ...,


Every man for himself and God against all |May 29, 2003 17:33
Debra Daley's astral plane

When I tell people that my yoga practice includes chanting it usually elicits a kind of half-embarrassed only partially verbal response, as if I had blurted out overly intimate details of a hillbilly childhood in which cousins were closer than God intended...,


Home again |May 29, 2003 13:47
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

I've only been away six days and Paul Holmes is wearing Joe 90's spectacles . What's next - John Campbell in one of those jaunty little Thunderbirds hats? Come to think of it, Carol Hirschfield did turn up at the Buddle Findlay Sargeson dinner in a white ...,


The Voicing of Opinion is fraught |May 28, 2003 18:54
GUEST Mark Graham in Auckland

The curse of public musings is the misperceptions caused by people either misreading the comment or, through poor communication skills on the part of the writer causing confusion on the part of the reader. Since there were only a few responses critical of my complaint against arrogant pedestrians (arrogant anything ...,


"L" is for loser |May 28, 2003 14:54
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

I've spent the last week waiting. Sometimes sitting alone huddled over my beer, watching my mobile on the bar. Waiting. Other times I kept it in my shirt pocket, as you can often miss a call when it's in your jacket.,


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