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Public Address 05/08/04 - City Lives

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/08/04 - City Lives

Declaring war | Aug 05, 2004 11:28
Russell Brown's Hard News

Knowing John Banks, he probably was thinking of George W. Bush when he invited his enemies to "bring it on" this week. But at least Bush had men with guns for enemies. The mayor of Auckland was declaring his war with Transit New Zealand...,


The Cult of Forgetfulness | Aug 05, 2004 11:25
GUEST: Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

I was in Piedmontes, a local supermarket that is a bit of a Fitzroy icon, the other day and waiting in line and I spotted a bloke buying razors, but rather sheepishly for what is a pretty mundane item...,


And we're living here in Allentown... | Aug 04, 2004 20:02
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

The problem with sometimes having opinions on stuff is that – by definition – sometimes you don't. Yeah I know, radical concept. I think that's largely to blame for so many blogs ending within the first year...,


I Want John Banks To Be My Mayor | Aug 04, 2004 17:23
David Slack on his own account

Don't click back. You haven't arrived at Aaron Bhatnagar's blog by mistake. The headline is genuine, but not for the reason you might imagine. If you live at the Devonport end of the North Shore, there's a good likelihood you spend more time in downtown Auckland than you do in...,

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