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Public Address 15/06/05 - Hot!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/06/05 - Hot!

Clever. Not. | Jun 15, 2005 09:40
Russell Brown's Hard News

Well, the government needed Graham Kelly like it needed a hole in the head. The comments by the former left-wing Labour MP for Mana as High Commissioner to Canada have left it yet again on the defensive, and with no really good options either way...
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Hot Asian Politics | Jun 14, 2005 22:54
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Promising feedback was received in response to my fundamentally important question: 'Where are all the hot Chinese guys at?' In Christchurch, said Roy Tan of Christchurch. In hell, said Winnie Chang of Bananaworks:...
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Wham, Bam, Thank You Mum | Jun 14, 2005 14:23
Graham Reid's many things

The announcement that Plunket will support legislation preventing parents and caregivers from giving their children a slap if they misbehave has outraged some. Already two groups have announced they will oppose the legislation, Plunket Mothers for Smacking (PMS) and Plunket Mothers for Tradition (PMT)...
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The Roast | Jun 14, 2005 13:27
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Before I start I'd like to bring your attention to this article, which seems to only have been picked up by the Sydney Morning Herald, and not The Age or The Australian, in which Howard decides that debt relief for the most Heavily Indebted Poor Countries is most...
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