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Hard News 09/08/03 - Transgressions And Trains

HARD NEWS 09/08/03 - Transgressions and Trains

The Role Model |Sep 09, 2003 10:54
Russell Brown's Hard News

Lock 'im up , demands this morning's Herald editorial on the disgraced TV3 newsreader Darren McDonald, who displayed insufficient "remorse, contrition and acknowledgment of guilt" to be allowed to apply for home detention. McDonald's star appearance on Sunday was exactly what his erstwhile colleagues at TV3 have been fearing...,

Arts update |Sep 08, 2003 14:37
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

The trains were either running 10 minutes early or 20 minutes late this morning. I waited as lonely as a de Chirico before bussing in but I've been riding the rails most mornings. It's calm and you get to see a whole different side of the city - back streets,..,


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