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Public Address 12/07/05 - Some Behaviour Issues

PUBLIC ADDRESS 12/07/05 - Some Behaviour Issues

Some behaviour issues | Jul 12, 2005 08:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

There have been some behaviour issues in the local blogosphere since last Friday. In this thread alone on Labour stalwart Jordan Carter's blog, National Party member (and former office-holder) Tim Barclay claimed that the Labour Party "secretly hopes" that Sydney is hit by a terrorist attack (a view...
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It's Not Easy Being Green | Jul 12, 2005 00:55
Keith Ng on the election trail

She doesn't go to work in a skateboard, is not a vegetarian, and has - Jah have mercy! - a law degree from Auckland University! At the tender age of 35, though, Metiria Turei is the Green Party's youngest MP, as well as its newest...
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A few home truths | Jul 11, 2005 11:50
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

I should address a few of the replies from last Fridays post. But first, thanks to those who wrote, and it was good to hear from friends in London who got in touch through the reply button...
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