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Public Address 01/12/04 - All The Fun ...

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/12/04 - All the fun ...

All the fun ... | Dec 01, 2004 10:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

The fallout from yesterday's "civil unions on a knife-edge" story in the Herald has been interesting. At least two of the apparent flip-floppers - Don Brash and Tariana Turia - went on the radio to confirm their changes of mind, but reports of the demise of the votes of National...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1707.sm

PS: We're giving away freebies to a preview screening of 'Team America: World Police' from the Hard News page today, but you might have to be in quick. RB.

ENDS


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