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Public Address 19/07/05 - Sound And Light

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/07/05 - Sound and Light

Sound and light | Jul 19, 2005 11:01
Russell Brown's Hard News

There are worse ways to spend your Saturday night than standing on a deck in Birkenhead watching lightning fork down to the Sky Tower. How kind it was of nature to put on a sound and light show for people who never quite made it out to the pub...
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It is a flood | Jul 18, 2005 18:22
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

As the NZ First man took the floor at the WTV-organised Chinese media meet-the-parties seminar on Sunday, not a single person clapped him on. When he finished, not a single person clapped him off - we're not as polite as everyone thinks, I guess...
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A Past We Needed to Escape | Jul 18, 2005 14:59
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Lets hear it for religion. Come on, whoo-hooo! If there's anything in the world that polarises people more than tax, then religion must be it. Actually, what in the hell am I saying, everybody hates tax...
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