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Public Address 27/05/05 – Sick Day, Pay Day


PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/05/05 – Sick Day, Pay Day

Sick As | May 27, 2005 11:47
Russell Brown's Hard News

Was it wise to continue the meningococcal B immunisation programme through the cold and flu season? Anecdotal evidence suggests that adverse responses to the vaccine have been both more significant and more widespread than the Ministry of Health has indicated.
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early election | May 27, 2005 17:43
Yellow Peril With Tze Ming Mok

Come on, click through, it's time to vote! Don't you love voting? I vote every chance I get. Dad took me into the polling booth with him in 1984, put the highlighter in my hand, and suddenly, I was complicit in the New Right Revolution at the age of six.
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PAYCHEQUE | May 26, 2005 17:47
Che Tibby's Club Politique

Having nearly resigned myself never actually finding anything meaningful in Aussie, the only job I was offered in Melbourne was being back in the sink, I forced myself to abandon the wonderful life of a North Carlton bohemian and here I am in Wellington (for those of you at the back).
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