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Public Address 04/03/05 - Fog Of Summer

Public Address 04/03/05 - Fog Of Summer

Fog of summer | Feb 04, 2005 12:02
Russell Brown's Hard News

Readers outside Auckland may have taken the icons of weeping grey cloud which have signified Auckland's week on the MetService site as an indication that the weather has, in fact, been cr*p...
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Getting fed up with changing the flag? | Feb 04, 2005 08:15
GUEST: Adam Hunt

I've been asked so often I've written a handout: Dear Signature Collector; Thank you for asking me to sign your petition regarding changing the New Zealand flag. I am genuinely impressed that you are taking action about which you obviously care deeply...
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The Murder House | Feb 02, 2005 15:07
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

Without doubt, my one accomplishment yesterday (other than completing the first draft of the conclusion to 'thesis', a presence threatening to become my lifetime companion), was realising the full extent of yet another childhood trauma...
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