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Public Address 12/05/05 - Clear And Present Danger

PUBLIC ADDRESS 12/05/05 - Clear and Present Danger

Clear and Present Danger | May 12, 2005 09:48
Graham Reid's many things

A hoax 111 call yesterday had police, emergency services, the Westpac helicopter and army units mobilised and rushed to an area of native bush 30 kilometre west of Dargaville. The anonymous caller -- who identified himself as Stephen Bainbridge, a 23-year old horticulture student from 27 Lone Pine Rd, New...,


Selling One's Soul | May 11, 2005 17:27
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

The first time I ever came to Wellington was 1986, way back when I was dispatched from the Mount with strict orders to get a little culture. My uncle, a medical student at the time, was living in a place in Newtown and him and the flatmates put me up...,


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