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Public Address 26/01/05 - Brashing

PUBLIC ADDRESS 26/01/05 - Brashing

Gosh | Jan 26, 2005 09:54
Russell Brown's Hard News

''Gosh,'' said Susan Wood, always keen to interpret a phone-in poll for the masses. ''Perhaps Don Brash has got it right again.'' Or perhaps not. Certainly, 88% of the people who called in on Close Up's poll last night declared that he was ''on the right track''...
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Brash pop and Brash politics | Jan 25, 2005 11:20
Graham Reid's many things

Anyone bemoaning declining standards in the education system might have wanted to catch the Checks at the Big Day Out last week. In their original Tired of Sleeping (which I took to be a comment on the state-of-the-nation) there was the line, "a satyr for Hyperion"...
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