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Public Address 19/04/04 - Auckland Weekend

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/04/04 - Auckland Weekend

Back through | Apr 19, 2004 11:22
Russell Brown's Hard News

A police pipe band, footfalls locked to the spare beat of a snare, bisects a line of happy Asians, who clutch long incense sticks as they wait to pay tribute to the giant Buddha whose stage fills one side of Aotea Square...
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Glory in Babble-on | Apr 18, 2004 15:42
Fiona Rae from the couch

Many thoughtful and considered emails have flooded into Radiation since its inception. Okay - more like a babbling brook, but we love them all in their own special way. I've already excerpted many in blogs, but it's time to see some in their full, raw, unexpurgated …
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