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Public Address 10/05/05 - Prophecies Of Doone

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/05/05 - Prophecies of Doone

Are we Doone yet? | May 09, 2005 19:38
Keith Ng on the election trail

Another 30 questions from the Gallery about Doone at the PM's press conference today, sparked by Rodney "Putting-the-Bust-in-Ombudsman" Hide. Clark took a new tack, saying that, "really, who gives a toss about what Doone's exact words were - either way, he stopped a cop from carrying out his duties, which...
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Want a bet? | May 09, 2005 18:39
David Slack on his own account

Is New Zealand going to hell in a handcart? If you fancy your skill at predicting the future, you should hurry over to optimisticpredictions.com and help yourself to $1,500.00 worth of free bets on questions of that nature...
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People Too | May 09, 2005 13:43
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

I was busy unpacking my gear over the weekend, and discovered an interesting photocopy I made when sifting through files at the State Library of Victoria a few years ago. In the 1960s, in a fit of liberal fervour following the 1967 referendum, Aboriginal Affairs throughout Australia were given a...
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