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Public Address 17/3/06

Public Address 17/3/06

Emotional rescue | Mar 17, 2006 11:25
Fiona Rae from the couch

It's a pity the TVNZ reporter who recorded the biffo on Dixon Street between TVNZ and TV3 journos didn't send the footage in to work so that it went in here and came out there...,


Poison Pill Theory | Mar 17, 2006 10:11
Russell Brown's Hard News

My buddy reckons he knows why Fairfax paid so much for Trade Me: when Australian media ownership laws are relaxed, Fairfax, with its strong cashflow and regional monopolies, becomes a prime takeover target...,


More Dagg, more Trevs, more War | Mar 17, 2006 09:22
David Slack on his own account

Fred Dagg, your fans still love you. As if there were any doubt. All kinds of email from people about yesterday's post and many of them from ardent fans. The farther you are from New Zealand, it seems, the fonder the memory...,


Solidarity | Mar 17, 2006 07:39
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

I had a request for an email address to send messages of support to the Aboriginal people trying to draw attention to Australian injustice. If you are one of these rabid, commie, pinko types, but can't actually make it to Melbourne in person, then try emailing blackgstcrew at gmail dot...,


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