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PUBLIC ADDRESS 09/08: With Grace and Good Humour

PUBLIC ADDRESS 09/08: With Grace and Good Humour

With grace and good humour | Aug 09, 2005 10:21
Russell Brown's Hard News
The final Paul Holmes show on Prime last night led with Nick Smith MP wittering on about dog kennels. An hour later, Campbell Live devoted an entire show to what might be the last televised interview that David Lange will do...,


Minority Rights | Aug 08, 2005 23:08
Keith Ng on the election trail
As a mother of five young children, she is well-equipped to deal with life in the ACT caucus. And it shows. From ACT's last list MP in 2002, Heather Roy has leapfrogged most of the caucus to take the second spot on ACT's 2005 list - though it's by no...,


The Shutting of The Yap | Aug 08, 2005 21:29
Che Tibby's view from Wellington
So I'm looking over a bulletin board thingy at work, and decide to attend a seminar given by this guy called Michael Sandel. For those of you not 100% dedicated to the luminaries of political philosophy, Sandel is the author of a book called Liberalism and the Limits of Justice...,


You have a pretty green mushroom cloud | Aug 08, 2005 10:06
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok
Hiroshima Day on the weekend, 8-8-88 massacre anniversary today , 70 million dead Chinese people bugging me to finish writing that Jung Chang feature... Obvious outlet: learn how to tell warmongers and dictators to f*ck their mother's stinky c*nts in FOUR Chinese dialects! ...,


Alternative Nation*6: White Riot | Aug 08, 2005 09:52
Graham Reid's many things
Police and emergency services were stretched to breaking point over the weekend after a series of incidents involving aspiring political candidates and some sitting Members of Parliament. Assistant Superintendent Bill Hearst said last night that in a 48-hour period from Friday night units in Auckland, Wellington and on a long...,


Electionwhoring | Aug 07, 2005 15:13
Fiona Rae from the couch
God I hate elections. They're like boxing matches; you just wish the punching was over and you knew who the winner was. Plus, on election night, it will be hours and hours and hours before a real result is known...,


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