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Hard News 25/08/03 - What We Did At The Weekend

HARD NEWS 25/08/03 - What we did at the weekend

Blood, fury and concussion |Aug 25, 2003 11:12
Russell Brown's Hard News

Blood, fury and concussion. Terrible injuries. A mob baying for the head of the authorities. And that was just the rugby league. The Warriors won their way through to the NRL finals yesterday, when they conquered the Brisbane Broncos in what I think was the most brutal game of rugby...,


Fly time |Aug 25, 2003 09:40
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

I don't know how it happened but I'm on an Air New Zealand flight on the way home for a lightning visit - and somehow we managed to book tickets for $A399. Pretty damn good...,


Ahh, what boredom! |Aug 24, 2003 21:50
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

The new Kraftwerk album Tour de France Soundtracks is marked "Copy Controlled" but that doesn't seem to be the case. A friend at the Muse Lounge inserted their copy of said CD into their iMac...,


Crumb / King's Arms, Friday 22 August |Aug 24, 2003 10:47
Daniel Barnes down at the pub

Crumb are quite possibly the least self-conscious band this country - or at least Wellington - has ever produced. Last night's King's Arms gig was as if four kids posing in front of their bedroom mirrors had been magically transported on to a real stage, their hair brushes morphed into,


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