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Public Address 21/11/03 - Challenges

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/11/03 - Challenges

Same again | Nov 21, 2003 12:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

There was a palpable air of unreality about the Bush-Blair press conference in London overnight. Even though events were raging as the two men spoke, the talk was such that it might have been scripted any time in the past few months...,


The Anzac spirit | Nov 20, 2003 19:49
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

My refusal to support Orstralia on Saturday is drawing a bit of flack. People I know expect better of me. Not supporting England is just not good enough. You're either with us or you are with the terrorists, sorry, imperialists, they say...,


Crossing the finish line | Nov 20, 2003 05:49
GUEST Justine - just another Kiwi in NYC

It's the week before the marathon. Weather reports at this stage are predicting a very unseasonable 74 degrees (23 C) for Marathon Day. My midweek visualization run over the last few miles of the marathon course is done in teeming rain, so I end up looking more drowned rat than,

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