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Public Address 30/11/04 - Real Conscience

PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/11/04 - Real Conscience

Real conscience | Nov 30, 2004 09:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

With various lobby groups pouring on the last-minute moral panic, it appears that the vote on Thursday's second reading of the Civil Union Bill might be a little tighter than anticipated. Surprisingly, this morning's Herald story lists Don Brash and Pansy Wong, the founder of National's nascent gay...
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Be Very Afraid | Nov 29, 2004 20:55
David Slack on his own account

If you put your mind to it, you could find so much to fret about in this big old dangerous world you'd never poke your nose out the front door. Never mind Al Qaeda or the coming Armageddon in debt-laden America, what about the natural world around you? Take your...
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Death and passion | Nov 29, 2004 15:30
Graham Reid's many things

Without wishing to diminish the death threat to Tariana Turia might I just ask this impertinent question: You mean she's had only the one? I would have thought that in public life, especially if you are saying things which might get right up the noses of some people, you could...
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