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Public Address 22/09/05 - Not Such A Smart Move

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/09/05 - Not Such A Smart Move

Not such a smart move | Sep 22, 2005 09:32
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Herald has gone premium and the people are not happy. Several grumpy readers have contacted me about the New Zealand Herald's introduction yesterday of its new content policies. Opinion pieces are now "premium content" and to read them online you'll need to pay: $3 a day or...
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Metics Seven | Sep 21, 2005 21:23
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

As I suggested the other day, this idea of the nation is predicated on some kind of mutual acceptance of belonging, one that reinforces our relationship to one another by recognition that we each share a non-quantifiable 'something' that makes us what we say we are...
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Don't know where, don't know when | Sep 21, 2005 09:17
David Slack on his own account

One of my favourite features in Private Eye is Poetry Corner. It presents a touching little verse offering good wishes and a fond farewell to someone retired, deceased, fired, incarcerated or otherwise passing by one of life's great milestones...
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