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Public Address 15/03/04 - Prime Communications

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/03/04 - Prime Communications

Defending democracy | Mar 15, 2004 11:49
Russell Brown's Hard News

The stories of the so-called Guantanamo Five - the five Britons returned to their home country after two years at Camp X-Ray last week - haven't been big news here, but they make for extremely disturbing reading...,

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Providing a storm for the teacup | Mar 15, 2004 11:45
GUEST: Joseph Young with the scarfies

"Did you see me on 20/20 last night?" I'm sure a lot of students asked that of their mates last Monday. You know the ALAC survey claiming 51% of New Zealanders are binge drinkers? Well, sensing easy meat, the good people at 20/20 came down to Dunedin to do a...,

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Happy birthday L240 | Mar 15, 2004 11:30
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

I realised recently it's my stereo's 25th birthday. I wouldn't mention it except me and my stereo are pretty close. We've traveled everywhere together. I've mentioned the turntable, sorry the "deck", before, but the heart of my system is a trusty New Zealand-made Linear L240 amplifier, a big late '70s..,

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