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Public Address 02/02/05 - Olden Days

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/02/05 - Olden Days

New Zealand: A Maori Lament | Feb 02, 2005 11:17
Jack Tuawhaiki III (aka Bob Gormack), 1948

Ignorance can have its purpose. When I was reading through issue one of Bookie, a 1948 "miscellany" from Christchurch's Nag's Head Press for items that might make a Great New Zealand Argument, I was particularly taken with a polemic poem - New Zealand: A Maori Lament - by a Jack...,


Old Uncle Don | Feb 02, 2005 10:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

Does Don Brash actually want women to vote National? Yesterday, he demoted Katherine Rich - when he didn't really need to - to give himself an all-male front bench. He later declared he wasn't going to have a woman there just to satisfy "political correctness"...,


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