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Public Address 11/03/04 - Just Thoughts

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/03/04 - Just Thoughts

Out of the cart? | Mar 11, 2004 11:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

It has gone curiously unremarked in the media that the Business Roundtable has warmly praised the submission from the Treaty Tribes Coalition on the foreshore and seabed issue. To its credit, the BRT is being consistent...
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Chicken soup for the little guy's soul | Mar 11, 2004 11:46
GUEST: David Williams' Dateline London

It's been a good week for the 'little guy'. Despite Monday's announcement that banking giant HSBC earned £7.7 billion before tax last year -that's a disgusting £244 a second - corporations have not won all the battles in the British media this week...
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