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Public Address 03/06/05 - Very Much On

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/06/05 - Very Much On

Very much on | Jun 03, 2005 07:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

I though this might happen: today's NBR Philips Fox poll has National on 38% support, a point ahead of Labour on 37, on a margin of error of 3.6%. Two polls last week had Labour ahead by seven and four points respectively, but fighting the trend...
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Sit & Spin | Jun 02, 2005 17:27
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

After thirty-odd years, Deep Throat has finally stepped out of the shadows and confirmed his identity. Being born in the same year as Nixon resigned over the Watergate scandal, the mystery had never featured highly in my adult consciousness...
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Envelope Opening | Jun 02, 2005 12:07
David Slack on his own account

Just five short months after I said I'd be judging the contributions for the iPod contest, I've finally taken the time to do it. Refer to the surname if you're wondering why it might take that long...
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