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Public Address 28/11/03 - All You Need To Know

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/11/03 - All you need to know

In the area | Nov 28, 2003 11:59
Russell Brown's Hard News

Steve in the area: the rumour that Apple Computer and Pixar chief Steve Jobs will be at next week's Return of the King premiere would seem to be bolstered by the fact that he's already on the right side of the Pacific Ocean...,


P*ssing Off Mike King - Priceless | Nov 28, 2003 11:15
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

As I predicted a week or so ago, Jeremy Newsboy's new show Eating Media Lunch is a lot of fun. But who could have guessed exactly how much hilarity it would have prompted in the past 24 hours?...,


Error message | Nov 27, 2003 12:03
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

Why does the European undersea cable network fail the one night I need to telephone London? I couldn't reach my agent and she couldn't reach me. Repeated "we cannot place your call" messages had driven her into a throaty Wot's-that-abaht rant by the time she got through...,


Empty cabinets, dark forces | Nov 27, 2003 11:45
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

It's interesting to note that Eddie Jones, now a national hero here, seems certain to hold on to his coaching position, in the short-term at least. Over the ditch, John Mitchell's job is up for grabs ...,


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