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Public Address 14/03/05 - City Life

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/03/05 - City Life

City life | Mar 13, 2005 14:44
Graham Reid's many things

Usually I don't bother responding to those who bait me about my hometown, they are usually parochial yokels whose opinions about Auckland are based on something they saw on the news. Traffic and crime for the most part...
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My Own Remembering | Mar 11, 2005 14:10
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

The dream ends tomorrow when I head back to the miserable weather in Melbourne. I've heard that it's been raining off and on for a week now. For just this minute though it's 8am and I'm lying on the beach after a hacking cough acquired in Cairns forced me out...
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