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Public Address 29/04/05 - Absolute Lashings!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/04/05 - Absolute Lashings!

Can hardly wait | Apr 29, 2005 11:18
Russell Brown's Hard News

The New Zealand branch of the iTunes Music Store isn't too far off launching by the look of what Apple Insider has found this week. It has a shot of an account sign-up page for New Zealand...,


Whinny the One-Trick Pony | Apr 29, 2005 10:57
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

While it would have been nice to be able to write a good children's story about sprightly pony named Whinny, stalwart defender of the realm, I got about a sentence in and then really couldn't be stuffed...,


The Happiest Place on Earth | Apr 29, 2005 09:51
David Slack on his own account

This week marks the second time in my life I've visited Disneyland. Karren and I were here a long time before we became parents, by way of an airfare that chucked in a free night in Anaheim with tickets to the magic kingdom...,


The West Wing Effect | Apr 29, 2005 03:05
Keith Ng on the election trail

"Paper's for wimps," Toby said. He leans over the pool table, drafts a few paragraphs of the State of Union address in his shiny head, then sinks the next ball. "Now that's cool," I thought to myself in bed this morning, while drafting my big scoop in my...,


Fits and Starts | Apr 28, 2005 18:18
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Anikwalicanwithagun... Nameannienummeranimcunnaberon... 'Cos she…dum dah dah dah dah... ...She speeeeeeeeds Aloosarinanideinanyestelinaway... There's nothing quite as funny as listening to the crowd singing along at a Straitjacket Fits gig. Well actually, there's plenty of things just as funny, funnier even, but I'm not writing about them today...,


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