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Public Address 31/01/06 - Threats and stuff

PUBLIC ADDRESS 31/01/06 - Threats and stuff

Threats and stuff | Jan 31, 2006 10:26
Russell Brown's Hard News
I've been telling people that tonight's address in Orewa will be the don't-scare-the-ladies speech; that National has acknowledged that its campaign rhetoric on race, the Treaty and belonging to the "mainstream" deterred women and urban voters and possibly lost it the election last year...,

The views of some philosophers | Jan 27, 2006 13:15
David Slack on his own account
Four weeks into the New Year I'm quite taken by the colorful character of the minor criminals so far. I especially liked the Micky and Mallory pair of teenage sweethearts who left a Hansel and Gretel trail of trashed motel rooms and swindled Shell stations behind them as...,


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