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Public Address 20/10/04 - After Corngate

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/10/04 - After Corngate

After Corngate | Oct 20, 2004 10:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

I agree with Nicky Hager: it isn't correct to say that the Corngate select committee report released yesterday leaves us none the wiser about the events of late 2000 and early 2001. On the contrary, as he pointed out yesterday on Checkpoint, it advances the whole story by...,

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It'd Look Good on Eva Too | Oct 19, 2004 17:35
David Slack on his own account

Devonport speech writer David Slack looked a picture of health when he modelled this 23 year old sweatshirt in his home for Air New Zealand Fashion Week yesterday. Slack, who survived a life-threatening heart attack 17 years ago, broke a rib earlier this month and has a head...,

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