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Hard News 03/07/03 - Turns, Trajectories, Ends

HARD NEWS 03/07/03 - Turns, Trajectories, Ends

Bad seeds? |Jul 03, 2003 11:14
Russell Brown's Hard News

Is anyone else wondering if perhaps we overlooked the real story in the midst of last year's Corngate wrangling? While the central contention in Seeds of Distrust - malign corporate influence at the highest levels of government - looks unprovable, the bedlam in officialdom ought to have been evident to ...,


Fugazi |Jul 02, 2003 22:49
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

And here we were thinking stalkers and gatecrashers were relatively rare phenomena in the Muse Lounge but all this time people have, in fact, been beating at the mahogany laminate door - the one with the vertical strip frosted windows...,


The princess and the pen |Jul 01, 2003 16:19
Debra Daley's astral plane

Today was the first day of my six-month tenure as the Buddle Findlay Sargeson Fellow . That gives me the use of an apartment, originally a nineteenth-century stables, at an elegant address on Princes Street, bordering Albert Park in the city, in which to write undisturbed...,


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