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Public Address 20/12/05 - Storytime: The Finale!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/12/05 - Storytime: The Finale!

Storytime - The Finale | Dec 19, 2005 23:32
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Okay. Five more stories as written and submitted by you, and that'll be all she wrote. I haven't had as many votes for the last lot as for the first five, so if you don't mind having another look over those too and voting for your...,


WTO: White Texan Orchardists | Dec 19, 2005 15:41
Keith Ng off the election trail

It's not that the WTO wasn't listening, but that the protesters weren't saying anything. Apart from vacuous slogans ("Down, down, WTO"), the protesters - especially the Korean farmers - didn't say what they wanted...,


Look back and wonder | Dec 19, 2005 12:57
Graham Reid's many things

Inevitably at this time you tend to get a bit reflective and look back at the year that has just gone. I started doing this recently and was surprised how much of 2005 I sort of missed...,


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