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Public Address 04/08/05 - Scandal Sheet!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/08/05 - Scandal Sheet!

The Unenvied Official | Aug 04, 2005 10:19
Russell Brown's Hard News

While volleys fly back and forth over what Lockwood Smith really said to the American senators about the nuclear ships band, I've been surprised that more hasn't been said about the predicament of the MFAT official involved...,


Drivergate: It's Far Worse Than You Thought | Aug 04, 2005 09:52
David Slack on his own account

There's a curious historical backdrop to this business of low-flying cars with Prime Ministers in them. Let me take you back to September 1974. In Diary of the Kirk Years, Margaret Hayward describes the unseemly scramble that marked the Prime Minister's very last journey in a Prime Ministerial motorcade...,


Nominations open for the Asian Freedom Slag Awards | Aug 04, 2005 09:52
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Are Public Address readers bored yet of election talk and national identity discourse? I mean... national identity?? SNORE! Back to what you really come here for: Hot Asian ch*cks flashing their cr*tches and talking about their s*x lives.....,


The New Old Right | Aug 03, 2005 11:05
Keith Ng on the election trail

"If you're not a liberal at 25, you have no heart. If you're not a conservative by 35, you have no brain." Well, he's got the second part down pat. At 35, self-confessed conservative Simon Power is National's Senior Whip and bright-young-thing...,


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