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Public Address 10/10/03 - The Forward Pack

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/10/03 - The Forward Pack

Rugby and me |Oct 10, 2003 11:04
Russell Brown's Hard News

I told this story at my father's funeral. When I was 13 years old, I missed out on the Under 14 Open A team at the Burnside Rugby Club. There weren't enough of us to make up a B side, so we were moved up to the Under 15 Under...
http://publicaddress.net/default,hardnews.sm#post756

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Paradise reconsidered |Oct 10, 2003 11:03
GUEST: Mark Broatch's thinking space

Tourism Waikato's Lynda Keene is clearly from the philosophical school of marketing. "There's a lot of Kiwis out there who do whinge about a whole bunch of things, but they need to take their glasses off - we live in paradise here...
http://publicaddress.net/default,speaker.sm#post755

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We aren't the world |Oct 09, 2003 14:43
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

Staff turning up for work this afternoon got a shock to find all the TV sets in the Muse Lounge had gone missing. It was a case of management, not burglary. Cedric Hooves ordered the monitors and all other "news intake outlets" (as he refers to them in his broken...
http://publicaddress.net/default,muselounge.sm#post753

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The nature of Monkey is irrepressible |Oct 09, 2003 12:46
Debra Daley's astral plane

The first time I got really interested in the sacred East was in the early 80s, when I was transfixed by a crazy Japanese TV series called Monkey , featuring wildly fake and charming, 1970s-style, school-of-Godzilla "special effects"...
http://publicaddress.net/default,chant.sm#post752

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Of wool and fluff |Oct 09, 2003 12:38
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

The voice of protest has not been dimmed here in Australia. Following the massive anti-detention and anti-war events of the last couple of years a new cause has emerged: "For we are saying, give sheep a chance …"...
http://publicaddress.net/default,heat.sm#post750

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