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Hard News 17/07/03 - Big Ups

HARD NEWS 17/07/03 - Big Ups

Tonal shift |Jul 16, 2003 17:04
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

Big ups to everyone who e-mailed me in response to the post about my mother's death. There have been too many for me to respond to individually but the flurry of correspondence was a reminder of the web's reach and the simple pleasure of being contacted by people you've ...,


We just report it |Jul 16, 2003 16:06
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

You read it here first. Turns out that I wasn't the only one mildly inflamed by bootylicious Béyoncé's saucy Fourth of July performance at the tomb of President Ulysses S. Grant. The president of the Grant Monument Association has written a blistering letter to the National Parks Service, ...,


Maurice Dancing |Jul 16, 2003 11:39
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Want to know how to become simultaneously the most popular and the most unpopular man in Wellington? Ask Maurice Williamson. The National Party Annual Conference doesn't rank up there on the top ten junkets a political reporter has to cover, not when the alternative is following Helen Clark to London .,

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