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Public Address: Department Of Unusual Affairs

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/04/05 - Department Of Unusual Affairs

This unusual affair | Apr 28, 2005 09:54
Russell Brown's Hard News

Hands up who knew before this week that former police commissioner Peter Doone was still pursuing legal action over a story run by the Sunday Star Times five years ago? It was revealed yesterday that the action against the paper had been dropped - in favour of a...,


Please excuse the inarticulate rage | Apr 27, 2005 19:29
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

There's a special brand of apoplectic, imploding, impotent fury reserved for Chinese people reacting to anything Winston Peters says about them. '...But's.... not even TRUE!' they splutter, 'And if it was... so WHAT?? GGGaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagghhhh! [soft sound of brain haemorrhage follows]...,

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