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Public Address 19/10/04 - Trust?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/10/04 - Trust?

And a party too! | Oct 19, 2004 11:10
Russell Brown's Hard News

Assuming it was accurate, last night's 3 News report on the Waiparera Trust seems to indicate that somebody stole money from the trust in 1999. There can be no other gloss put on the revelations of invoices from bogus companies and matching cheques made out to cash...
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A bet each way | Oct 18, 2004 16:05
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

I hauled my sorry arse out of bed at the ungodly hour of 4.30am yesterday to get to a little town called Hastings out on Western Bay. The housemate bought me a gift voucher to go on a charter boat called Blue Magic, and we were due to...
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