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Russell Brown's Public Address Is There...

PUBLIC ADDRESS - The End of February

Days in the sunshine capital Russell Brown's Hard News Get a few locals on the turps in Nelson and they will tell you that wages there are too low, relative to living costs; local government lacks vision; and the city is missing a cultural heart... Days in the sunshine capital

Spending way beyond my income Che Tibby's view from Melbourne Cairns? What can I say but beautiful place, beautiful people. Kind of reminds me of Whangamata or the Mount with more palms, more heat, more humidity, and more tropical reef that's once in a lifetime diving... Spending way beyond my income

Swear Engine Fiona Rae from the couch Now, I like a good bit of cussing as much as the next gal. Heck, I've even been known to use certain plosive expletives myself. But did anyone else find the swearing in Deadwood's first episode distracting? I didn't think it would matter, but I was so busy thinking, "Would... Fiona Rae from the couch

Mate, how bad was that? Graham Reid's many things You don't have to be in Australia long before you fall into bad habits and start saying things like, "Mate, how good was that?" I was there a week -- not Australia actually but Surfers Paradise which is another thing altogether -- and I started dumbing down... Mate, how bad was that? .

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