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Public Address 03/03/04 - Memory

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/03/04 - Memory

Silly season | Mar 03, 2004 09:02
Russell Brown's Hard News

Since Don Brash's Orewa speech, there has been a lot of huffing and puffing from his supporters about name-calling and playing the man, not the ball, and, y'know, having the debate. They would seem to have hurtled down from the high ground with Gerry Brownlee's latest outburst...
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So long, Wog | Mar 02, 2004 13:40
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Warren Berryman, managing editor and co-founder of the Independent Business Weekly died this morning from complications arising from cancer. Warren was one of those rare people you meet in life who make an indelible mark...
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