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Hard News 13/06/03 - Stuff and Nonsense

Hard News 13/06/03 - Stuff and Nonsense

HARD NEWS 13/06/03 - Stuff and Nonsense

As desperate as ever |Jun 13, 2003 12:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

It's not so much that ratepayers' money will be spent on the launch of Auckland's new Britomart transport terminal. Or even that the original launch budget has blown out five-fold to $100,000 - although half that would surely do. It's our mayor's plan to be the star of proceedings that makes me sp_w.,

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Stuff |Jun 13, 2003 10:24
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

In Newmarket a young woman invited me to enter the Cleo Bachelor of the Year competition. Or rather, she slapped a sticker on me as I was walking past. "You'll be needing one of these," she said, pounding my chest with her tiny hand...,

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