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Hard News 04/09/03 - War, Avalanche And Corruption

HARD NEWS 04/09/03 - War, Avalanche and Corruption

Meanwhile on Planet Whacko |Sep 04, 2003 11:05
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm sorry, but this is getting silly. In Parliament yesterday Bill English accused all 35 chief executives of government departments - many of them appointed under the last National government - of corruption...
http://publicaddress.net/default,hardnews.sm#post653

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Alternative theories for war |Sep 03, 2003 22:34
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

We've heard so much about WMDs, oil, human rights, the spread of truth justice and the American Way in the last few months, but lingering in the background there are other theories about why the US went to war with Iraq...
http://publicaddress.net/default,heat.sm#post652

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Snow job |Sep 03, 2003 18:59
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Sometimes you've just got to wonder. There's been an avalanche on the Turoa skifield of Mt Ruapehu. The avalanche was set off intentionally by the Turoa Skifield company, to test the stability of the upper slopes...
http://publicaddress.net/default,cracker.sm#post650

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