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Public Address 13/09/03 - Numbers And Stuff

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/09/03 - Numbers and stuff

Some Numbers | Sep 13, 2005 11:05
Russell Brown's Hard News

Spring showed up yesterday. I took a break and lay on the grass above Pt Chevalier beach, reading Keith Sinclair's autobiography, Halfway Round the Harbour; aptly, the chapter about growing up on "the Point". It's good that small boys can still swim there...,

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Voting with your shoes (plus bonus political-journalist lookalike snap) | Sep 13, 2005 09:02
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

A core-periphery economic microcosm formed with the queue outside Loaded in High Street last Friday - young male Koreans, Japanese, Taiwanese, Hongkies, lining up from 8am. At 5pm the doors opened on 40 pairs of a new line of Nikes likely made in Mainland or Southeast Asian sweatshops...,

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Original Sinners | Sep 12, 2005 21:22
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Look, I don't know the first thing about these Exclusive Brethren guys, except that the last bunch of blokes I heard of who insisted on relative moral purity and their wimminfolk wearing headscarves flew a few planes into buildings...,

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You wouldn't read about it | Sep 12, 2005 16:16
David Slack on his own account

So who won last week's predict-the-Sunday-Star-Times-headline contest? If you shared the point of view that Matthew Hooton offered last Tuesday morning on Nine to Noon, you'd have offered something that suggested the paper would fulfil its responsibilities as a patsy of the Labour party and offer up something scurrilous, sensational,...,


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