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Public Address 08/11/05 - Only In New Zealand

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/11/05 - Only in New Zealand

Only in New Zealand | Nov 07, 2005 16:19
Keith Ng off the election trail

Red-robed figures, carrying a proclamation from the head of state, swooshed purposefully across Parliament Grounds today; past a bit of light traffic on Molesworth Street; past schoolkids walking in the opposite direction; past bronzed sunbathers and barefoot, lunching civil servants; past security guards - barely numbering enough have their own...
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It's been buggin' me | Nov 07, 2005 12:37
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Why do I bother locking my cats in on Guy Fawkes Night when their way of rewarding my concern is to take a big crap on my bed? Rather than reducing the speed limit to 30kph, couldn't Wellingtonians instead learn to look before crossing the road? Or are...
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The Contribution | Nov 07, 2005 09:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

In the fractious and sometimes silly environment of online argument, people seem genuinely shocked and saddened by the news of Rod Donald's death. There are many heartfelt tributes on frogblog, and DPF has a thread about the sad news and a roundup of news stories. A number of other blogs, left and right, responded yesterday by simply posting a photograph of the man.
http://www.publicaddress.net/default,2683.sm#post2683

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This just in: media eats self again | Nov 06, 2005 10:32
Fiona Rae from the couch

One of Holmes' texters this week sent in a sentiment we probably all share: "I'll do Susan Wood's job for half her pay packet and not yell at the kids", although the Holmes show was only one of a series of media eating itself moments from the week.
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