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Public Address 10/06/05 - What Are They Smoking?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/06/05 - What Are They Smoking?

What are they smoking? | Jun 10, 2005 10:59
Russell Brown's Hard News

For sure, yesterday's poverty data were rushed out from the Social Report not due to land until next month. Along with the leaflet that arrived in our letterbox this week ("The 2005 Budget: securing your future … You're better off with Labour") they probably represent a hurried Plan...
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Hanging With 'My People' | Jun 09, 2005 12:54
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

An interesting little development in the world of retail seems to be a strange division in the way we are what we wear. On account of the Queens Birthday weekend being so damned cold here in the Windy City I spent a great deal of it indoors watching DVDs with...
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