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Public Address 25/08 - The Meat Raffle Of Destiny

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/08/04 - The Meat Raffle of Destiny

Mo' Destinies | Aug 25, 2004 09:31
Russell Brown's Hard News

I was keen for Tariana Turia to come on my 95bFM Wire show today to talk about the potential impact of the Destiny New Zealand party on on Maori politics, which, as I noted yesterday, is likely to be more pronounced than it is in the broader political domain...,

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Lost in the Land of the Jafas | Aug 25, 2004 08:52
GUEST: Leo Koziol's Naked in Nuhaka

So I thought I'd ask Georgina Beyer to run for mayor of Auckland. She'd be the perfect candidate, I thought. In this day of Schwarzenegger, Kennedy and Clintonite dynasties, fame automatically puts you high up the political ladder...,

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The Meat Raffle | Aug 24, 2004 17:24
David Slack on his own account

I'm pretty sure the first thing I ever won in a raffle was a frozen chook. It was at the Rangiwahia Sports Day, where the Lions club would do instant raffles in between the running races, show jumping, chopping contests and ram riding...,

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