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Public Address 18/11/04 - Sando To Amsterdam

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/11/04 - Sando to Amsterdam

Whatever, Trevor | Nov 18, 2004 12:10
Russell Brown's Hard News

What, exactly, was Trevor Mallard thinking when he told a group of businesspeople that it was a pity the Supreme Court had not been appointed on merit? Did he think it wouldn't get out - which would be naïve - or did he intend it to get out...,

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2 Axes, 1 Night | Nov 18, 2004 09:59
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Wow. Sando was the scene of much anger overnight. There I was, sleeping peacefully, dreaming of puppies and rainbows, when at half one, I awoke to the sustained blast of a car horn. I looked out the window, across the road and down a couple of houses, to see a...,

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Gnomeland | Nov 18, 2004 09:31
GUEST: Brenda Leeuwenberg in Amsterdam

One thing that is so much more noticeable in the Netherlands than in NZ is the changing seasons. Every day I bike to work through the Vondelpark in central Amsterdam and the impact of the season is overwhelming..,

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