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Public Address 06/05/04 - Trouble All Over

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/05/04 - Trouble All Over

Expectations | May 06, 2004 11:35
Russell Brown's Hard News

So the movement associated with the hikoi has genuine momentum: that's clear. What's less clear is exactly what the marchers want, and whether they all want the same thing. If the belief regarding the key issue (the government's response to the Appeal Court decision on the foreshore and seabed) is...,


You're a Sick Man, Charlie Brown. | May 04, 2004 19:25
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So the photos of Iraqi prisoners being abused by British soldiers may well be false. I'm yet to be convinced one way or the other, but I'm open to either possibility. To put it bluntly: Some pretty sick sh*t goes on during war, or whatever synonym they're using at the...,


American Pie | May 04, 2004 15:47
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

There's nothing nicer than sitting in Tompkins Square Park on a sunny weekday afternoon, dandling a friend's fat little baby on your knee. Actually, there is: you're doing this, when suddenly a guy turns up on a bike and offers you a chilly-bin full of delicious meat pies...,

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