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Hard News 18/07/03 - Having It Large

HARD NEWS 18/07/03 - Having it Large

Spinning the rates rise |Jul 18, 2003 11:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

I haven't yet discovered how many hundred per cent my Auckland Regional Council rate will rise by this year, by I'm already amazed at the way the ARC has been able to foster the myth that the rise is the result of unprecedented largesse on transport ...
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A Niger in the woodpile |Jul 17, 2003 11:30
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

While the accusations and denials over the dodgy dossier and Niger forgeries fly, it is hard to believe US apologists all over are still trying to shore up this shoddy deception. NZ Pundit blames the French …
http://www.publicaddress.net/default,heat.sm#post543

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