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HARD NEWS 06/08/03 - Of Worms and Winters

HARD NEWS 06/08/03 - Of Worms and Winters

Cans of worms |Aug 06, 2003 10:12 Russell Brown's Hard News - Buy this week's Listener. Read it. That'll be a pinot gris thanks, Finlay. But seriously, the wry feature by Bruce Ansley and a typically diligent analysis by Steven Price represent your best chance of grasping just how difficult and complex the seabed and foreshore issue actually is ...,


One big cuddle |Aug 05, 2003 19:51 Rob O'Neill live in Sydney Proof, Sydney Theatre Company, at the Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House. Proof, by David Auburn, has been a startling theatre success across the world and has won full houses here over the last few weeks before departing on a broader tour ...,


Wintering over |Aug 05, 2003 15:37 Jolisa Gracewood in NYC - It's good to be home. Especially with the spring-like weather that passes for winter in Auckland. I hardly need a coat at all, although I always forget the particular chill of July and August mornings ...,


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