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Public Address: Mt Roskill Will Take Over World

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/02/06 - Mt Roskill Will Take Over the World

Holy See Reports 4Q Loss | Feb 08, 2006 09:45
Keith Ng off the election trail

VATICAN CITY - Speaking in front of a shareholder meeting yesterday, Pope Benedict XVI hinted at a fourth quarter loss for the Church in 2005. Usually a lucrative period coinciding with Christmas, this loss would mark an unprecedented low for the Church and its subsidiaries...,

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Mt Roskill will take over the World II: No. 2 | Feb 08, 2006 09:13
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

[***contains Helen Clark anecdotes***] The year I moved to Wellington one of my flatmates got incredibly excited that I knew someone on Shortland Street. People get excited about that sort of thing in Wellington. I got excited that she knew Kate Camp - and yes she thought that was weird...,

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Can you pass me the remote, please? | Feb 07, 2006 19:36
Graham Reid's many things

Want to know what the best thing is on my television right now? Okay, it's a rhetorical question so I'm going to flip all the cards and tell you anyway: it's the My Sky box which sits on top of it...,

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Topical Again | Feb 07, 2006 19:13
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

So, it's Jesus. He's there nailed to the cross with those awful iron nails and looking down at the Roman invader standing at his feet. He says, "Actually, mostly I'm horribly worried about tetanus.",


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