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Public Address 26/10/04 - Nightmare Scenario Et Al

PUBLIC ADDRESS 26/10/04 - Nightmare scenario et al

Nightmare scenario | Oct 26, 2004 10:12
Russell Brown's Hard News

The disappearance of 350 tonnes of specialist high explosive that at the time of last year's invasion of Iraq was under IAEA lockdown appears to be a case not only of grotesque incompetence by the occupying powers, but of a sustained cover-up...
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Idol gags | Oct 25, 2004 15:40
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

This week we'll forgo the comedic pretences and talk about something close to everyone's heart, the big fulla. But, before I even begin to begin let me say that I have absolutely no problem with Christianity...
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Banging on | Oct 25, 2004 10:54
Fiona Rae from the couch

$38 million is a lot of money for sure. You'd get around nine series of the Insiders Guide to Happiness out of that and they might even be able to afford an apostrophe. For that $38m – which is TVNZ's dividend to its one shareholder, the government – you'd get...
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We've Only Just Begun | Oct 22, 2004 15:55
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I've had a number of emails asking for the promised account of my laser eye surgery. If you're just concerned for my wellbeing, the short answer is "it went fine, thanks". If you're one of those people who likes poking sticks at dead things and wants the gory details, read on...
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