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Public Address 30/12/04 - Tsunami

PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/12/04 - Tsunami

Tsunami media | Dec 30, 2004 09:47
Russell Brown's Hard News

In approaching a disaster of such unfathomable magnitude as the present one, I guess it's natural to look for your own. There are, as far as I am aware, two published eyewitness accounts of the Asian tsunami by western journalists...,

Nothing Left to Say | Dec 28, 2004 15:23
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

Look, to be honest, there's little reason for me to do a year 2004 round-up. It was sh*t. I spent the better part of it either locked in my 2m by 2.5m office freezing my end off or up to my elbows in muck trying to make ends meet...,

All present and correct | Dec 24, 2004 18:21
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

I was chatting to Santa the other day about who's getting what for Christmas. Just checking that I hadn't doubled up on anything. Actually, this year, we're giving a sort of bulk present, in the shape of an honorary water-buffalo, or perhaps a llama or some chickens...,


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