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Public Address 5 & 6/01/06 - Sick Of Ham Yet?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/01/06 - Sick of ham yet?

Alt.Nation: Sick of ham yet? | Jan 06, 2006 10:26
Graham Reid's many things

Controversy hit the small Northland town of Kakamoana this week after local residents learned their council had voted to replace traditional underground fire hydrants with the free-standing model as used in New York. In a series of meeting late last year the council invited submissions on how to upgrade the...,


Wet Behind the Ears | Jan 05, 2006 11:22
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Well, big ups to Splash Gordon, who were savvy enough to stay open over the season break and draw in punters wanting to dive the F69. All in all I got in about four dives with their dive club, and three separate snorkel trips for the...,


PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/01/06 - Queen Street 3: Safe from the Natives

Queen Street 3: Safe from the Natives | Jan 05, 2006 11:05
Russell Brown's Hard News

All right folks, you can come out now. The mayor has promised that no fine, upstanding European tree in Queen Street will be replaced by a dirty, swarthy native. If any exotic tree has to go it its place will be taken by another exotic, like God intended...,


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