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Public Address 04/05/05 - Bad Guys

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/05/05 - Bad Guys

Brother Sword of Compassion | May 04, 2005 10:31
Russell Brown's Hard News

How lucky is Winston Peters? Courtesy of what is obviously a cracking source in Immigration, he cultivates headlines with the claim that a former Iraqi cabinet minister is here on a visitor's permit. Paul Swain orders a search which turns up the former Iraqi ambassador to South Africa...
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The Ruffling of Feathers | May 04, 2005 10:13
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

On the scale of interesting Australian politics, the kerfuffle between Howard and Costello in the past few days is right up there. One of the opinions I quickly formed after arrival in Melbourne was that resident Parliamentary comedian Peter Costello simply wasn't leadership material...
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Click here for jokes | May 04, 2005 09:07
David Slack on his own account

Dying is easy, as the old saying goes, comedy is hard. You can't beat the experience of a roomful of people laughing at your words. There are few more mortifying than a pregnant pause or a deathly hush as you fail to connect...
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