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Public Address 25/11/03: Waiting For The Clampdown

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/11/03 - Waiting for the Clampdown

Hearts and minds | Nov 25, 2003 11:37
Russell Brown's Hard News

I seem to be writing even longer blogs than usual at the moment; but you get that on the big jobs. So anyway, my old correspondent Neil Morrison has taken issue with last week's post suggesting that invading and occupying Iraq was having a somewhat counterproductive impact on the War...
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Good fortune | Nov 24, 2003 22:37
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

The summer traffic clampdown has started in Auckland. Jogging around the waterfront last week I witnessed not one but five separate incidents of cops pulling over boy racers for speeding in the space of 45 minutes, their flashing lights cutting through the exhaust fumes ...
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