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Hard News 16/07/03 - The Fundamentals

HARD NEWS 16/07/03 - The Fundamentals

First things first |Jul 16, 2003 08:30
Russell Brown's Hard News

Thank goodness for the resumption of international rugby this weekend: the absence of actual play was creating a vacuum for doubt, recrimination and the messianic Cult of Mehrtens ...
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Culture vulture |Jul 15, 2003 16:36
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

The National Museum of Australia was, frankly, underwhelming. I've never been to Te Papa but sure as hell hope it's better than this. Call me old-fashioned, but there just wasn't enough "stuff". I like lots of "things" in my museums ...
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