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Public Address 01/05/04 - Redemption

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/05/04 - Redemption

Return of the Redeemer | Jun 01, 2004 10:00
Russell Brown's Hard News

Last year, I actually convinced myself that John Mitchell's apparent inability to speak in sentences was simply a defensive ruse. The All Black coach, I reasoned, must simply be baffling the pundits and critics on his players' behalf...,


Fly, piwakawaka, fly | May 31, 2004 18:28
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

A couple of weeks back I said I'd expand on my sweeping generalisation, "the Sunday Star Times has gone to the dogs". A few of you out there will say to yourselves, "A-ha! Look how wrong you are Damian, the SST just picked up the Qantas...,

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