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Public Address 07/10/04 - Hospo Gossip

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/10/04 - Hospo Gossip

Hospo gossip | Oct 07, 2004 12:23
Russell Brown's Hard News

Noelle McCarthy did a couple of great interviews on Tuesday's Wire on 95bFM on the matter of the Restaurant Association's plan to introduce drug-testing for hospitality industry workers. First up was Alistair Duncan of the Union of Food Handlers, who was incredulous at the plan, and then there...
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What Would Denzel Do? | Oct 06, 2004 14:49
David Slack on his own account

When I say that I'm not the most coordinated person on the face of the earth, what exactly does that mean? Try this: yesterday, as I was out on my usual run, I broke a rib...
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