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Public Address 09/03/06 - Not Bolted Down

PUBLIC ADDRESS 09/03/06 - Not Bolted Down

Not bolted down | Mar 09, 2006 09:32
Russell Brown's Hard News

I would be surprised if the Commerce Commerce were to, as has been suggested, get in the way of Fairfax's acquisition of Trade Me. Newspaper classifieds and online auctions are not - yet - the same market...
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Imagined Community | Mar 08, 2006 19:30
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

I'll have to agree with Tze Ming on this one. The purpose of putting 'New Zealand European' on the census form is to indicate what your racial background is. It's supposed to be a generalisation, and not goo long ago read'what's your race' (as far as I can remember)...
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Oh, what a tangled Web we weave . . . | Mar 08, 2006 15:09
Graham Reid's many things

A few weeks ago my website was mentioned in a dispatch by a columnist in a Sunday paper. Not favourably of course, but more of that later . . . First, a follow-up to my last post on Mr David Benson-Pope and the spin he was putting on the matters...
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