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Public Address 31/03/04 - Life

PUBLIC ADDRESS 31/03/04 - Life

New poll: Earth flat | Mar 31, 2004 09:32
Russell Brown's Hard News

New numbers from the Department of Statistics show that New Zealanders' life expectancy continues to rise - and that, for the first time in decades, the disparity between Maori and non-Maori longevity, has narrowed since 1995...,

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The Men of Destiny | Mar 31, 2004 09:27
GUEST: Patrick Crewdson from Fighting Talk

You can easily identify the men of Destiny New Zealand in a crowd. They look staunch. Like staunch pastors. Men with short-back-and-sides haircuts exist only at the hippie fringe of the party (an offshoot of Brian Tamaki's Destiny Church) - it seems the majority have shaved heads...,

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By popular demand, the Girlie | Mar 30, 2004 16:58
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

A week in New Zealand for me, and then three days away on a roadshow allowed the girlie to stretch out and call the place her own for a while. I was in NZ for a friend's wedding, and very good it was with a bunch of people turning up...,

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