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PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/08: Nice and Nasty

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/08: Nice and Nasty

Alternative Nation*7: Visions of Joanne, huh? | Aug 10, 2005 10:38
Graham Reid's many things
This copy of what seems to be award-winning Listener columnist Joanne Black's back page piece for next week accidentally ended up in a friend's in-box. We publish it here to give Public Address readers an exclusive first...,

Nice and Nasty | Aug 10, 2005 10:16
Russell Brown's Hard News
Here's something nice. TV3 has kindly agreed to let me post the audio from Monday night's David Lange interview from Campbell Live. The sound's a little ropey - it was that way on the dub I got from TV3 - but it's good enough for rock 'n' roll...,

Now, creationism, and brainwashing? | Aug 10, 2005 08:50
GUEST David Saul, University of Auckland
The following is a blog I sent out to my Stage 1 Biology students at the University of Auckland. We set up a bulletin board so that the new students straight from school could get into the swing of university life...,

A slow, hocking sound. | Aug 09, 2005 23:45
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok
"Four year probation period of Provisional Residency..." hhaarrrrhhcrrhHHH... "benefit stand-down extended to four years..." CrghCCHHrggHAAAAKKHH.... "wife born in Singapore..." KKKHHKSSpPPLLUAATTT!!!! Hm - what was that unexpected spitting noise? Oh, just Don Brash losing the Asian vote...,


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