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Public Address 20/02/04 - Lots Of Good Reading

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/02/04 - Lots of good reading

Going to Evan | Feb 20, 2004 11:49
Russell Brown's Hard News

What with all the issues and everything, I haven't got around this week to writing something about going to see Evan Dando play on Tuesday night, if only so as to use the headline above...,


Smalltown boy | Feb 20, 2004 06:02
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

The first thing you do when you leave the city is buy a car. It took us a couple of weeks to find the right one -- and to persuade Busytot that, alas, not all Volkswagens are Beetles -- but we've now officially joined the age of the combustion engine...,


Richard Neville and Shua'le | Feb 19, 2004 17:32
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

NZPundit's Craig Ranapia and WhackingDay have decided Richard Neville is trying to pull one over on us. On his web site he posted a picture of a maimed Israeli girl instead of maimed Iraqis in relation to his "Netizens of the World…" speech, which we...,


Swap Meet | Feb 19, 2004 11:47
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

You wanna know what I think is great? I love the fact that I can write about the most salient issues facing us; wars, the geopolitical crisis, the race relations gulch and people read it...,

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