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Public Address 14/07/05 - Various Informations

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/07/05 - Various Informations

Information | Jul 14, 2005 09:52
Russell Brown's Hard News

I had a great Wire show on the b yesterday. I interviewed Scott Ryan, the Australian writer-producer-director-star of a cool little mockumentary called The Magician, in which a Melbourne hitman is tracked by his mate with a camera...,


La Nausée | Jul 14, 2005 06:19
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

It's getting harder to shield Busytot -- or Busyboy as I should now call him in honour of his advancing age and his penchant for grown-up existential dilemmas -- from the news. We wake up to the radio in our house, and the report from London had barely penetrated my...,


The gloves are on | Jul 13, 2005 20:00
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Not content with attacking Sikh temples, the UK's confused London bombing backlash is spreading to another beseiged non-Muslim minority: the Irish. With red-headed, white-skinned, green-eyed Syrian Mustafa Nasar on the run, Catholic Church roof-beams are being 'raised'[sic, presumably], and gingas brutally teased at primary school...,


Yet another challenge | Jul 13, 2005 13:02
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

The interesting thing about a blog is that it starts to become something of a life lived online. And being a blogger and blogging is opening yourself up to all kinds of criticism about things you've blogged...,

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