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Public Address 09/09/05 - Friday Variety

PUBLIC ADDRESS 09/09/05 - Friday Variety

In Brief | Sep 09, 2005 10:11
Russell Brown's Hard News

David Herkt's 50th birthday party at Hydrant was worth missing the leaders' debate for. Everyone was nice and the music was a fabulous four-decade sweep of formative tunes. I met Anna Hoffman, and Zero from the Suburban Reptiles...,


Leavin' on a jet plane | Sep 09, 2005 09:44
Graham Reid's many things

Well, Europe beckons and after the weekend we leave for two months traipsing around France and Italy. And it can't come soon enough. If I hear Winston Peters tell me one more time just what bad shape this country is in I'll go spare...,


H*t L*sbian Photos | Sep 09, 2005 02:16
Keith Ng on the election trail

Not long before the politicians storm the beaches now, so I reckon it's time for a bit of R&R and to stretch those voting muscles - so get some practice by voting for the Glammies at,


Metics Six | Sep 08, 2005 22:13
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Lets take a step back from sameness this time. One of the problems I always found in my more difficult moments as a political philosopher was the need to define the content of my core social groups...,


Haiku Too | Sep 08, 2005 17:13
David Slack on his own account

Some entertaining entries already for the Sunday Star Time headline contest, thank you very much. I especially like: Helen Clark plants GM corn in own backyard, and the heroic: Don Brash caught in compromising position with Donkey- National leads polls still ...,

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