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Public Address 19/02/04 - Humans Write

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/02/04 - Humans Write

The mother of all debates | Feb 19, 2004 11:16
Russell Brown's Hard News

Am I the only one watching the story of the 16-year-old Sri Lankan girl with a growing sense of disbelief? For a start, would it kill One News to remind its viewers that she was sent home because, like hundreds of other people every year, she didn't meet the criteria...,


Girlieville | Feb 18, 2004 12:52
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

I confess I have been remiss in my coverage of all things Girlie. Some people have noticed and made polite enquiries. To a considerable degree my negligence has been caused by a certain teenie inertia in the Girlie department; it's hard to write about someone who spends 14 hours...,

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