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Public Address 01/06/05 - D'oh!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/06/05 - D'oh!

D'oh! | Jun 01, 2005 07:54
Russell Brown's Hard News

Michael Cullen apparently surprised a few gallery reporters yesterday morning by laying into TV3, claiming that one of its reporters had posed as a former Bayfield High student on the Internet in search of historical scuttlebutt on David Benson Pope...
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Summer Foods | May 31, 2005 11:51
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

The thing that always gets me about a season really kicking off is the way the first few overly hot or cool days are always a slog to the guts. Damn it was cold in Wellington yesterday...
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Of cabbages and kings | May 31, 2005 10:29
Graham Reid's many things

Between promoting my travel book -- Postcards From Elsewhere ($29.95) which is not just a collection of previously publishe Herald pieces I hasten to add -- and trying to write for money to pay the mortgage, being on the case for Random Play has been slightly problematic this past fortnight...
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