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Public Address 19/05/05 - Star Wars And School Day

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/05/05 - Star Wars and School Days

Budging | May 19, 2005 10:19
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Herald this morning is characterising the shift in tax brackets to be announced in today's Budget as similar to those proposed last year by United Future, which suggests that UF will be stepping up to take credit after the announcement...
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All in this together | May 19, 2005 07:04
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

In perhaps my final word on the subject of multiculturalism, it has after all been a year to the day since I snuck on into Public Address with a post on the subject, is to have a little talk about good old New Zealand biculturalism...
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Toki must die | May 19, 2005 00:37
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Watch Ghost in the Shell if it's retro anime-tits you're after. But as for Auckland artist Hye Rim Lee - let's be frank here: Super Bunny she may be, but her video art sucks big bunny-ass...
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Stars Wars Episode III: A Review (of sorts) | May 18, 2005 17:22
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Those of you who follow my banal existence with any more than a passing disdain may recall something I wrote last year about the other Damian Christie. Briefly, he's past-President of the Australian Doctor Who fan club, contributor to any number of science fiction magazines and so forth...
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