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Public Address 23/06/05 - The Money

PUBLIC ADDRESS 23/06/05 - The Money

Show us the money | Jun 23, 2005 10:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

If John Key wants to demonstrate that economist Peter Harris is wrong when he says National's tax and spending promises don't add up, he would seem better advised to do so by releasing the numbers than by impugning Harris's credibility...,


Not the Chris Anderton band | Jun 23, 2005 00:21
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Known homosexual and racially impure Jeremy Lambert is indignant that he has been let off the hitlist taken out by Redwatch Downunder against 'anarchists, reds, homos and multiculturalists.' Outrageously, myself and Ahmed Zaoui have also been excluded! Who are these Redwatch people, racists?...,

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