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Public Address 08/03/04 - Hits And Myths

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/03/04 - Hits and myths

The long campaign | Mar 08, 2004 12:07
Russell Brown's Hard News

Clearly, it is going to be a very long election campaign. Helen Clark has made her "bring it on" speech, Richard Prebble has outlined the case for Act, and Don Brash has sounded the horn of triumph...
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Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair... | Mar 05, 2004 06:32
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

The Berlin Wall of marriage started crumbling on the weekend of Valentine's Day in San Francisco, and three weeks later happy couples are still pouring through it, queuing up to be pronounced "partners for life." Now the small town of New Paltz, NY has followed suit..
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