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Public Address 04/11/03 - Don And Downes

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/11/03 - Don and Downes

Downes in splendour |Nov 03, 2003 13:05
GUEST Malcolm Burgess rocks

The Verlaines (with Ghostplane + Dominic Blaazer) Thurs, Oct 23 The King's Arms A week has already vanished since the Verlaines returned to Auckland last Thursday. Lead singer Graeme Downes might say that with each passing day we're a little closer to death and further away from maiden-hood, but it...,


Like a Myna from the Ashes |Nov 03, 2003 12:59
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Despite recent swipes from the gnome-like patriarch of New Zealand broadcasting, there are some phenomenally good female journalists around. In some cases it's as though the sixth sense often attributed to the fairer sex is further honed with journalistic skills to a level that is quite frankly frightening with its...,

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