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Public Address 21/02/05 - Serious And Trivial

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/02/05 - Serious and trivial

And onwards ... | Feb 21, 2005 11:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

''Right - now drink p*ss.'' As famous parting comments in journalism go, John Campbell's words as he fished out his glass of champagne from the desk where he had just read his last 3 News bulletin weren't likely to be inscribed in any learned text, but they certainly had the...
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This is important | Feb 21, 2005 11:08
GUEST: Stephen Bell

Most daily newspaper readers or radio listeners following the Films Videos and Publications Classification Amendment Bill over the past few weeks would have thought this extension of the censorship law was a measure against ch*** p***...
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Don't bet on it | Feb 19, 2005 17:06
David Slack on his own account

Dear David, We are writing to let you know that listings from your account have recently been reviewed by Overture's Search Quality Team. This team periodically reviews listings to ensure that they comply with our Listing Guidelines, as well as meet the expectations of search users...
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