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Public Address 30/04/04 - Take The Afternoon Off..

PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/04/04 - Take the afternoon off...

... and read all four of today's useful and entertaining Public Address posts ...



Maori Idol | Apr 30, 2004 11:52
Russell Brown's Hard News

Could we please just cut to the chase, Tariana? Labour's rebel Maori minister has finally confirmed that she'll vote against the foreshore legislation - but still won't say whether she'll resign when she is, inevitably, relieved of her ministerial responsibilities as a consequence...,


Back to the Ahi Kaa | Apr 30, 2004 10:30
GUEST: Leo Koziol Naked in Nuhaka

Am I an oxymoron? Dame Kiri said that all Maori are lazy at home on the dole. That means I'm not really Maori, right? Can a sickly brown liberal ever live up to the standards of the Hongi Snobs? Am I doomed to forever dwell on the Faux Iwi fringes?...,


The Secret Life of The Datsuns | Apr 29, 2004 16:08
Fiona Rae from the couch

Former Straitjacket Fits and Bike singer/songwriter Andrew Brough revealed in the Flying Nun documentary last year that he made a bit of dosh these days from having his music played on Aussie soaps. "Down in Splendour" gets played on Neighbours and -- wey-hey! -- he gets to eat...,


It grew legs, then wings | Apr 29, 2004 12:32
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Cash for comment version 2.0 is here. After plugging away at the story for months, teasing extra details out about the relationships between talkback jock Alan Jones, Macquarie Radio and Telstra, ABC's MediaWatch has finally broken through..,

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