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Public Address 13/05/05 - Going Nuclear

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/05/05 - Going Nuclear

Going nuclear? | May 13, 2005 11:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

I wouldn't put too much stock in Rodney Hide's apparent speedy withdrawal of his claims of historical classroom bullying against associate education minister David Benson Pope. I'd say the whole idea was to extract denials on multiple allegations in the House from the minister - so...,


Christchurch: Job discrimination forces migrants into prostitution, journalism | May 12, 2005 18:08
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

How lucky we are in Auckland - at least three budding Chinatowns, two little Koreas, and two Chinese reporters ensconced at the Herald itself (and I don't mean the Chinese Herald). One of whom I may not actually be related to...,


Farrar-length post | May 12, 2005 16:52
David Slack on his own account

The best-kept secret of the Comedy festival is Jo Randerson's show. She has a great ear for dialogue, she's an accomplished actor, she has excellent comic timing, and the theatrical and cathedral influences have rubbed off on the stage-setting...,

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