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Public Address 07/11/03 - Triple Trouble!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/11/03 - Triple Trouble!

Twiggy in trouble |Nov 07, 2003 11:51
Russell Brown's Hard News

Donna Awatere Huata is nothing if not indefatigable. As constitutional experts line up to declare shock and awe at what has been expressed in the traditionally modest language of an Auditor-General's report, the exiled Act MP still insists she has been cleared...,

This is my phaser, this is my gun |Nov 06, 2003 18:17
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So I saw the Matrix: Revolutions last night. It was a advance preview thingy – it would be wrong (not to mention unnecessarily wanky) to call it a premiere. Anyway, there was no free food or drink, no-one from Shortland Street, only a couple of people from Pavement , and even...,

Analog |Nov 06, 2003 16:08
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

The weather broke after a few days of rain so I took the morning off to sand and prime the six house windows I puttied two weeks ago. The recommended drying time for putty before painting it is about two weeks so it was good timing...,


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