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Public Address 29/7/5 - Stories Now Safe To Tell

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/07/05 - Stories it is now safe to tell

Stories it is now safe to tell | Jul 29, 2005 10:15
Russell Brown's Hard News

My old friends Children's Hour are back together and playing a gig at the King's Arms tonight, to celebrate the release of Looking for the Sun, a collection of live recordings retrieved and fixed up by Rob Mayes of Failsafe Records...
http://publicaddress.net/default,2362.sm

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The End of Tolerance | Jul 29, 2005 10:08
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Fork-tongued terrorism has hit New Zealand. A malignant, brylcreemed force is scaring the living daylights out of Kaitaia retirees. Though they're not sure whether a real Muslim has ever been seen in Kaitaia, they sure are terrified of them now...
http://publicaddress.net/default,2361.sm

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Alternative Nation: Beat on the B'crat | Jul 29, 2005 09:10
Graham Reid's many things

A list of bureaucrats whose jobs will be axed after the election if National gains a working majority will be published in major newspapers this weekend. The list contains the names of 3725 state sector employees National says can be removed from their jobs without any effect on their departments'...
http://publicaddress.net/default,2360.sm

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