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Public Address 03/10/03 - Pure New Zealand

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/10/03 - Pure New Zealand

Gordy's Lament |Oct 03, 2003 10:56
Russell Brown's Hard News

Earlier this week NZPundit's Gordon King bashed out an angry lament for New Zealand , wondering why we can't be more like Australia. If we don't go and beg to be a state of Australia, we will, apparently, wind up "tribal, corrupt and poor, just like all the other...,


Get a life |Oct 03, 2003 10:42
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

One of the allegations made over the past week or so, in response largely to Darkiegate, has been that New Zealand has lost its sense of humour. I'm starting to worry that for many people, it might be the case...,


Adjust for taste |Oct 02, 2003 12:36
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

The new Fur Patrol single is a fantastic piece of pigtail twirling thrash - a grenade in a girl's schoolbag, if you will. A friend who caught their recent Real Groovy instore said the band's performance didn't live up to the record and I don't know...,

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