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Hard News 28/08/03 - Full Spectrum Coverage

HARD NEWS 28/08/03 - Full Spectrum Coverage

Surging across the spectrum of news |Aug 28, 2003 11:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

Media coverage of the Corngate select committee inquiry continues to fascinate - and to offer the Opposition a priceless platform from which to embarrass the government. In Parliament yesterday National's Nick Smith yesterday tabled a December 2000 memo to the Prime Minister from her policy advisor Ruth Wilkie,...

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The birth (and death) of the clinic |Aug 28, 2003 11:08
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

I'm back! Back here at Public Address, as well as back in the USA, the land of big bad food and lots of other big bad things. I have tons of blogs about the New Zealand trip stacked up like circling planes just ready to land, but I'm going to...

http://publicaddress.net/default,busytown.sm#post639

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Mars is close, Uranus is pink |Aug 27, 2003 13:45
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Over the past two weeks there has been unprecedented virus activity on the Net. Have you been hit by the Blaster or SoBig? Somehow I remain unscathed, something of a miracle considering I regularly trawl the outer reaches of the Interweb and I haven't updated my virus software since it...
http://publicaddress.net/default,cracker.sm#post636

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Tearing up floorboards |Aug 26, 2003 17:35
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

My new novel Departure Lounge has been signed to Jonathan Cape and will be published in about 12 months. Now that it's been signed, of course, I'm finishing it again. It's sunny in Europe and my publisher and London agent are on holiday so the timing is good.
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