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Hard News 19/06/03 - Dodgers and Dumpsters

HARD NEWS 19/06/03 - Dodgers and Dumpsters

Dodgernomics |Jun 19, 2003 10:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

Richard Prebble and Ken Shirley can claim to have been vindicated as many times as they like: the Act Party's little dodge with electoral offices was an abuse of taxpayers' trust...,


Talk dirty to me, baby |Jun 18, 2003 14:45
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

Busytot is undergoing a bit of a language explosion at the moment. No longer content with a noun-based approach to the world -- simply naming things or asking for them -- he is delving into the exciting and versatile world of sentences...,


It's that Summer of the Evening |Jun 18, 2003 13:40
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

It's Inorganic collection time in Sando-upon-Ham. Or at least I hope it is, because like the sheep we are at number 15, we've piled together a smorgasbord of suburban flotsam and jetsam on the kerb...,


So Who Really Are Our Heroes? |Jun 18, 2003 08:51
GUEST Mark Graham in Auckland

Well, they've confirmed that arsenic is in the Waikato River, but never fear, the filtering process strips that out, and the pesticides, herbicides, bacteria, chemicals and assorted crap ending up in it between Lake Taupo and Meremere...,

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