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Public Address 22/03/04 - Non-Trivial

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/03/04 - Non-trivial

Ill wind? | Mar 22, 2004 10:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

Looks like it's going to be another interesting round of polls. The odd thing about last night's One News Colmar Brunton poll, which saw National jump to 49% support, is that apart from the obvious - running a stark 10 points behind its rival - it's not all...
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Is that a pounamu in your pocket... | Mar 19, 2004 16:40
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Where was I? I've been trying to follow the so-called "race debate" back home. Distance lends a certain perspective, as well as an alternative frame for all the angst and aggro. For one thing, there's nothing like being a world away from the landscape of childhood – and dreaming of
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