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Public Address 18/11/03 - Situation Normal

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/11/03 - Situation normal

Roiled Families | Nov 18, 2003 10:54
Russell Brown's Hard News

Breaking!I guess something had to give at TVNZ - and it's the not-so-quiet American, Marty Behrens. Behrens has just announced his resignation as head of business development on account of "differences of opinion and approach" with the CEO, Ian Fraser.
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Bad signs | Nov 17, 2003 13:00
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

Commuters waiting for the 267 bus this afternoon were slightly entertained by the unironic sight of the city's mayor being photographed with a Britten motorcycle on the other side of the road. The beautiful machine had been standing in the Queen Street Borders store to promote the newly...
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