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Public Address 14/07/04 - Happy Returns

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/07/04 - Happy Returns

Brilliant Day | Jul 14, 2004 09:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

Auckland Zoo was brilliant yesterday. The welcome winter sun seemed to have stirred every bird and beastie into action. The emus, with their big, amber eyes, stuck their beaks over the barriers at small children; the kaka in the aviary swooped down and perched at our elbows to eat; the...
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Life After Birth | Jul 14, 2004 09:40
GUEST: James Littlewood in the culture

Whereas it's been chilly lately and whereas we're new parents and all (more on that later), therefore we've been hibernating round at the statey, lately. And yes, we've been catching up on a bit of the telly...
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Palm Reading | Jul 13, 2004 20:49
David Slack on his own account

I call this column Island Life for a number of reasons. Principally, it's because my working life became quite an isolated one after I set up speeches.com. It was just me and an automated business collecting subscriptions from subscribers half a globe away, generating speeches I'd never read, for people...
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