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Public Address 05/04/04 - Commonsense And Soul

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/04/04 - Commonsense and Soul

Gratitudes | Apr 05, 2004 10:16
Russell Brown's Hard News

Gilbert Wong's feature story on Don Brash in the new Metro is very good. Unlike most of the Brash profiles so far, it seeks to determine who actually wrote the Orewa speech and from what sources, and how faithful it is to those sources...,


The Godfather | Apr 05, 2004 10:11
GUEST: Peter McLennan gets up on the good foot

The last time James Brown was in town, it was 1977. After a few near misses he finally returns here, to the St James, a suitably funky venue for a very funky guy...,


This just in: Rugrats is corrupting our children | Apr 05, 2004 09:55
Fiona Rae from the couch

Incredibly, the recent study into television violence found that nine of the top 10 shows featuring the highest incidence of violence were cartoons. Who would have thought? One of them is Rugrats, another is Classic Cartoon, which features the stretch-and-squeeze exploits of Mickey, Donald, Goofy and Pluto...,

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