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Public Address 02/11/05 - Let's Do It Again

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/11/05 - Let's do it again

Let's do it again | Nov 02, 2005 10:33
Russell Brown's Hard News

Folks, it's Great Blend Time again. Public Address stages the fourth Karajoz Great Blend on Sunday November 13 at the Hopetoun Alpha in Auckland. And boy, do we have something for you. Our star guest is Ashley Highfield, the BBC's Director of New Media and Technology...
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where's the Party? | Nov 02, 2005 10:19
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Actual, physical mail arrived the other week, addressed to 'Tze Ming Mok, Public Address'. Like this is my job. Opening the envelope, the crest of the Chinese Communist Party stared out from the centre of a creamy summons - AAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!...
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Metics Nine | Nov 01, 2005 15:52
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

To recap, this series about metics centres on the now thoroughly rehashed idea of national identity. In a nutshell, my journey started with the question of what it means to try and 'fit in' to a nation? How do we measure our nationality and what it means to us, the...
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