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Public Address 27/02/04 - Scandals And All

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/02/04 - Scandals and all

Hi folks,

A Friday treble for you all. Feel free to turn a friend or three onto Public Address today - we're nearly at the end of our first month of official measurement by Red Sheriff, and every new unique user is a good thing.


Doom | Feb 27, 2004 11:18
Russell Brown's Hard News

Last week's opening Super 12 round seemed to confirm everyone's worst fears about New Zealand rugby: poorly drilled and ineffectual forwards, slack defence and a general air of scattiness. What next? I was not, I hasten to add, one of the doom-mongers after last year's World Cup failure...,


Otherwise Fine | Feb 26, 2004 21:43
David Slack on his own account

This Saturday, probably as the rain falls and the wind blows, we'll be standing on a beach somewhere near Pakiri watching an exchange of wedding vows. The happy couple have been living in England for the last couple of years...,


Dirty Doggies | Feb 26, 2004 17:04
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Well, it's all on out west with the Bulldogs league club heavily into their scandal du jour. This time it's an alleged gang r*pe. Apparently there was a s*x scandal cover up last year as well...,


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