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Hard News 26/08/03 - Hard And Soft

HARD NEWS 26/08/03 - Hard and soft

Gone missing |Aug 26, 2003 10:47
Russell Brown's Hard News

I despair sometimes, I really do. We heard yesterday from the Corngate select committee inquiry that the Prime Minister consulted her brother-in-law, a crop scientist, when she was first alerted to the possibility of an accidental GM release in November 2000. What we didn't hear - because no one reported it - was the evidence of arguably the single most important figure in the whole affair....,

The stars are brighter there |Aug 25, 2003 20:11
Debra Daley's astral plane

I grew up Out West between Ranui and Don Buck's Hill in a damp valley on a far-reaching finger of the Huruhuru Creek. For reasons that would take around 300-400 pages to explain, I fled from the West in late adolescence...,


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