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Public Address 31/05/04 - What We Did ...

PUBLIC ADDRESS 31/05/04 - What We Did ...

Since I last blogged | May 31, 2004 11:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

So the Sunday Star Times' follow-up to its "shock" story on the supposed lowering of the age of consent came in the form yesterday of a brief, pompous editorial offering "congratulations" to Justice minister Phil Goff for ditching the age-gap defence in the Crimes Amendment (No 2) Bill but...,

No Fidgeting | May 29, 2004 11:50
David Slack on his own account

Yesterday at our local gym Simon Poelman was doing leg exercises. While he walked around on his hands, for God's sake. I'm not as steady as that on my feet. Olympic decathletes can make you feel a bit inadequate...,

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