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Hard News 27/06/03 - Four New Posts!

HARD NEWS 27/06/03 - Four new posts!

Love and war |Jun 27, 2003 14:30
Russell Brown's Hard News

Oh, for goodness sake. It's Bill Ralston already. It looked today - again - as if TVNZ might finally announce the worst-kept secret of the century - that Ralston is its new head of news and current affairs...,


Hulk: The size of thoughts |Jun 26, 2003 21:49
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

Ang Lee's Hulk is all about size: the size of atoms and cells; DNA and man; man and his dreams; man and the monster. The director telegraphs this by chopping between shots of mossy rock and entire deserts: the earth in a grain of sand...,

Pros & Cons |Jun 26, 2003 19:50
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Why did the Muslim sit on the fence? As one of my producers remarked before I interviewed Tim Barnett today, it seems like a great opening line for a joke. Well, the punchline is that we have now legalised pr*stitution in New Zealand...,


Santa Helena |Jun 26, 2003 13:25
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

When living here in Aussie you keep a close eye for news from and about home. It's odd what turns up. Every few months over here, for instance, there is some sort of item tracking the progress of the Kakapo...,


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