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Public Address 07/12/05 - Double Shot

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/12/05 - Double Shot

Double Shot | Dec 07, 2005 11:02
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Kiwi dollar on the precipice and looking at a hard landing. A cabinet minister on the ropes. Chilling tales of torture. But what gets the email flowing? Coffee...
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Peter! | Dec 07, 2005 08:41
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Do a drama next? Please? I can sell you a great script...
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A one night stand with Ronald | Dec 07, 2005 07:20
David Slack on his own account

The universities, institutions of higher learning and of course, wananga, are a little quieter this month, so let us now all spare a moment's thought for the army of young New Zealanders who are presently using their available holiday hours to wash our dishes, pour our wines, flip our burgers...
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