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Public Address 20/06/05 - Mondays

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/06/05 - Mondays

Reading the polls | Jun 20, 2005 11:13
Russell Brown's Hard News

Another round of political polling has delivered essentially the same message as the last: Labour and National are neck-and-neck, and the momentum is with National. Last night's One News Colmar Brunton poll had National edging ahead 43-41; this morning's Fairfax poll has Labour ahead 40-38...,


Exploitation Flicks | Jun 19, 2005 18:47
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Are there any Chinese people left in Auckland who have not been approached for 'research' purposes for a script-development being backed by Owngoal Productions [not real name], to be written and directed by Guy White [not real name], a film known only as Chowick? [real name...,

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