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Public Address 12/10/04 - Town, Country & Culture

PUBLIC ADDRESS 12/10/04 - Town, Country & Culture

Hurry up and wait | Oct 12, 2004 10:23
Graham Reid's many things

Auckland elections: Hurry up and wait. I wasn't going to write about the Auckland mayoral election because … Well frankly, why would you bother? People have said it was the dirtiest campaign in years, I just thought it downright depressing...
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Don't Leave Town 'til You've Seen the Country | Oct 12, 2004 09:43
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So Queenstown. Wow. The trip started off most unpromisingly. Halfway through the flight down there, the pilot informed us the autopilot wasn't working, and we were going to have to detour to Christchurch for it to be fixed...
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Carmen for Beginners | Oct 11, 2004 13:33
GUEST James Littlewood in the culture

It's been an interesting year for the opera company, the lamentably named NBRNZO (I'll shorten it to the more comprehensible NZO if that's ok thanks). After an admirably risky take on Donnizetti's The Elixir of Love which - I'm guessing - can't have helped the budget much due to its...
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