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Public Address 07/03/06 - Loads Of It!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/03/06 - Loads of it!

Housekeeping | Mar 07, 2006 10:14
Russell Brown's Hard News

Service post: Feel free to vote in the Netguide Web Awards (I guess we'd be in Best Media Site if you felt kindly towards us). And Nic Jones is the runaway leader on the Public Address Virtual Super 14 board - there's as big a gap...,


Beer and Loathing in Brussels (Pt II) | Mar 07, 2006 10:04
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

The European Commission was somewhat grander than NATO, but only in the same way that, um, Bowen House is grander than the Beehive (for Wellingtonians), or St Lukes grander than Manukau Shopping Centre (for Aucklanders)...,


I thought we ethnic minorities were the ones who were meant to have the identity problems | Mar 07, 2006 09:16
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Haaaang on a minute. I don't know about this 'Chinese' tick-box on the Census. After all, 'Chinese' is an English word. Why should I, like those white New Zealanders resistant to 'Pakeha', use a word imposed upon me from another culture to describe who I am? ...,


Soul Food | Mar 06, 2006 19:41
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

I should start by saying thanks to well-wishers who have gotten in touch over the past week. While my intention wasn't entirely to draw a spotlight to my health, it's always good to know there are people out there who think well of you...,


High and Mighty | Mar 06, 2006 15:33
David Slack on his own account

I wouldn't say Michael Laws is some throwback to an earlier era of politician. He's emphatically a modern guy. But all this fulminating about the gangs really does take me back. It's been years since we've had politicians making capital out of shabby thugs in greasy leathers...,


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