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Public Address 27/01/04 - Monday Lunch

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/01/04 - Monday lunch

Mo' Fish | Jan 27, 2004 11:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

If journalists who allowed themselves to be bought food and drink by interested parties were deemed guilty of corruption, there wouldn't be many of us left in the trade. Although I am by no means a champion luncher, I am occasionally fed and watered by someone whose ultimate purpose is...,


Another day, another holiday | Jan 26, 2004 18:00
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

It's Australia Day over here and the whole place has gone spastic with patriotism. We're reaching the sharp end of the Aussie Open, Australia is taking on Zimababwe in a one-day match, the ferries are racing each-other on the harbour and everyone has little stick-on Aussie flags on their shoulders...,


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