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Public Address 30/03/04 - There Is No Depression

PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/03/04 - There is No Depression

Welcome home, love | Mar 30, 2004 10:16
Russell Brown's Hard News

The irony of the Herald's lavish front-page treatment yesterday of Bic Runga's "controversial" comments to the Belfast Telegraph about New Zealand race relations is that it left out the good stuff. The author of the Telegraph story describes her album Beautiful Collision as "a marvellous record that recalls...
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Sport and terror | Mar 30, 2004 10:08
GUEST: David Williams' Dateline London

In sport it's back to business as usual in England. "Tiger" Tim Henman makes a second-round tournament exit, the rugby world champions are beaten by France to finish a disappointing third in the Six Nations, while a glamour football side, Arsenal, is marching away with the Premiership title...
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Cock and Bull Story | Mar 29, 2004 20:35
David Slack on his own account

Going back to Wellington has been a little poignant on my last few visits. If you take yourself up Willis Street to the corner of Vivian St, you can see for yourself. A couple of years ago, they brought in some trucks, a digger and a few blokes with power …
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