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Public Address 11/05/05 - Top News!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/05/05 - Top News!

Some big news from me | May 11, 2005 09:40
Russell Brown's Hard News

I have some news: our Great New Zealand Argument feature is to be a book. I signed off the final copy on Monday and it will be out in the first week of July...,

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Opps, I Doone it again! | May 10, 2005 18:50
Keith Ng on the election trail

As promised, here's a guy who actually knows what he's talking about. Steven Price is a fellow in law and journalism at Victoria University, and an accomplished journalist in his own right. A journalist *and* a lawyer...,

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Uncanny sites from the Other side | May 10, 2005 17:44
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Ever suspect that the Tyrell Corporation is popping thousands of Mr Browns out of clone pods straight into country-specific political current affairs techie-geek blog stardom, with regionally appropriate names tacked on the front? Singapore hasn't even bothered to add the usual 'Kevin', 'Kelvin', 'Calvin', 'Steven', 'Martin', 'Marvin' or 'Mervin'...,


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