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Public Address 04/07/05 - Glory Days

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/07/05 - Glory Days

The National Arena | Jul 04, 2005 11:25
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Wellington Stadium is a marvellous place to watch rugby. It is an arena in a sense that other New Zealand grounds are not, in that its shape and symmetry have the effect of concentrating atmosphere...
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Sick as a blog | Jul 02, 2005 11:28
Fiona Rae from the couch

Funny how life seems to get in the way of blogging: sick child, sick boyfriend, sick me, sick child. Bloody winter. But let us speak no more of these things, except to say that I was embarrassed to discover that my last blog started out with Nicky Watson's exit from...
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