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Public Address 03/09/04 - Local, National, Global!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/09/04 - Local, National, Global!

Going local | Sep 03, 2004 10:27
Russell Brown's Hard News

It seems that this blog has crept - or possibly stomped - into the consciousness of a number of candidates for the local body elections. The mayoral commentaries are still getting hits, and several candidates have seen fit to email me with comments...,

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Niche nationalism | Sep 03, 2004 08:53
GUEST: Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

One of the things I have to come clean about is not having a deep appreciation of feminism. If anything, my understanding could best be described as that of an 'educated layman', meaning of kind of get it, but would never pretend to be an expert...,

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Give Dick a Chance | Sep 02, 2004 18:38
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

If I haven't said anything yet about the Auckland mayoralty, it's because I don't feel especially qualified to comment. But that's never stopped me before, so here goes. I was thrilled when Dick Hubbard joined the other Bugs 'n Mud in the mayoral race, and it seems a good portion...,

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