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Public Address 15/07/05 - Not Just Cricket

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/07/05 - Not Just Cricket

OTOH | Jul 15, 2005 11:25
Russell Brown's Hard News

My 10 year-old hears a lot more than he usually lets on. Earlier this week, we were watching yet another TV item on the Zimbabwe cricket tour, and he piped up: "why can't the government just get on with it and intervene?" He said that, from the way he'd heard...
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Taking on the Great Unwashed | Jul 15, 2005 09:52
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

In line with a concerted, if not somewhat patronising, attempt on my part to try and understand the minds of the average Right-Wing-Death-Beast I blundered willingly into the fray this past week. In an effort to find out if their bad behaviour in the online comments feature of various New...
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Just Cos it's a Just Cause | Jul 15, 2005 04:39
Keith Ng on the election trail

Henry Olonga is a man who has paid his dues. Giving up his career, his livelihood, the game that he loves, going into exile for his troubles - *that's* walking the walk. At the public meeting in Wellington last night, Rod Donald said that we should be more...
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