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Public Address 23/04/03 - Discussions

PUBLIC ADDRESS 23/04/03 - Discussions

The politics of resentment is no way to run a country | Feb 23, 2004 11:07
Russell Brown's Hard News

It generally takes something pretty substantial to drag our media around from the day-to-day focus on personalities and press releases and towards coverage of an issue in depth, but our sudden swelling of public feeling on race is clearly such a thing...
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Extremely New Zealand films | Feb 23, 2004 10:59
GUEST: James Littlewood in the culture

So I got an email flyer about Woodenhead from someone who knew someone who obviously knew director Florian Habicht. "We can't afford a big publicity campaign" ran the text "so tell your friends …"...
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