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Public Address 05/10/04 - Glam And Not

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/10/04 - Glam and not

Unglamorous | Oct 05, 2004 09:37
Russell Brown's Hard News

I got around to the service station about 7am on Sunday, to pick up some copies of the Herald on Sunday, to discuss a couple of hours later on Mediawatch. And my response on seeing it was, is that it?...
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The Shape of Things to Come | Oct 05, 2004 09:34
Graham Reid's many things

When Auckland model Renata and actress Alicia-Anne Crawford stepped out last week at Une Enveloppe to announce the opening of "Fashion Month'' -- Blair Trader's new eatery on Auckland's fashionable Sandringham Road -- there were audible whispers and faux-gasps in the room...
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