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Public Address 16/09/05 - Anything Could Happen

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/09/05 - Anything Could Happen

Anything Could Happen | Sep 16, 2005 10:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

New Zealand has been a good place these past six years. There are the hard numbers: the lowest unemployment in the OECD and, for part of that time, the highest economic growth. The New Zealand stock market has boomed while others have gone south...
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You may say I'm a dreamer | Sep 16, 2005 02:17
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

In 1975 my parents witnessed their first real election. Drunk on the exciting freedoms of multi-party democracy, they cast their vote according to conscience not strategy, and as the results came in, they discovered that they were the only two people in Mt Roskill who had voted for ...
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Number One with a Bullet | Sep 15, 2005 12:37
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I went to the APRA Silver Scroll Awards the other night. The lamb was great, in case you're wondering, but I couldn't help but wonder about how much money the event cost compared with the average income of the kiwi musician...
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All your seat are belong to National | Sep 15, 2005 11:47
David Slack on his own account

Bob Jones was on Nine to Noon this morning saying he could smell a National Party landslide. If I were the trembling type, I might take a lesson from history. Successive days' headlines in a Paris gazette carried the news of Napoleon's escape from Elba...
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