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Public Address 20/01/03 - Interpretations

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/01/03 - Interpretations

Send No Money Now | Jan 20, 2004 11:43
GUEST David Slack on his own account

When Muldoon was still Prime Minister, I became a suit in an advertising agency. I would call it an accident, and I'd rate it as one of my more regrettable ones. I had a part-time job in a pub in Wellington and I was getting towards the end of my...
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Doleful | Jan 20, 2004 11:10
Russell Brown's Hard News

When Fairfax acquired INL's New Zealand print assets last year, a key promise was that the local papers would have easier access to work from Fairfax's Australian publications. Presumably they do. So why don't they make better use of it?...
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