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Public Address 10/03/04 - We May Have A Fact

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/03/04 - We May Have a Fact

The Corridor | Mar 10, 2004 10:05
Russell Brown's Hard News

I find it a little difficult to consider the proposed $4 billion Eastern Transport Corridor for Auckland without wondering what's in it for me, as an Auckland City ratepayer. The project seems likely to deliver vastly increased traffic volumes to a part of greater Auckland where I do go, and economic benefits to parts where I don't...
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Know Your Place | Mar 09, 2004 21:07
David Slack on his own account

I drove into the timber yard the other day and realised it was the first time I'd been there in more than a year. There was a time when I used to be in there just about every Saturday...
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