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Public Address 06/12/04 - Journeys Of Mind

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/12/04 - Journeys of Mind

Wellington Again | Dec 06, 2004 11:29
Russell Brown's Hard News

I crane my neck and look down the public gallery. Yes, it really is Brian Tamaki; slick-haired, chewing gum, at the centre of a cohort of burly, self-conscious men. The men on the outside are wearing radio earpieces - ready, presumably, to ward off assassination attempts and unexpected outbreaks of...,

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And I'd put Lange ahead of Kirk | Dec 06, 2004 09:37
David Slack on his own account

I don't know how ready we are to become a republic when we're still prepared to rate a King as our most successful Prime Minister of the last century. These exercises are a bit daft, really...,

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So-so rom-coms and a Firefly | Dec 05, 2004 11:01
Fiona Rae from the couch

I like a good romance as much as the next gal. Pride and Prejudice: yes, please. Buffy and Angel: I am so there. Trouble is, romance could quite possibly be the most difficult genre of all...,

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Family matters | Dec 04, 2004 10:57
Graham Reid's many things

My mother died this week. And I don't know what to think about that. She was 82, and only as far away as the Gold Coast but I saw her just three times in the past decade...,


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