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Public Address 23/03/06 - Crash!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 23/03/06 - Crash!

Crash | Mar 23, 2006 10:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

The arrogance of the Labour government was laid bare last night after it was revealed that the Prime Minister shamelessly allowed her official car to be hit from behind and shunted into another car on Auckland's Ponsonby Road...,


Go fourth, y'all | Mar 23, 2006 09:48
Graham Reid's many things

First stunned silence then a well-rehearsed spontaneous haka greeted the announcement that the plucky Auckland band Fingerpuller had scored a long awaited medal for New Zealand at the annual South By SouthWest music festival in Austin, Texas this week...,


CALLING ALL NEW YORKERS | Mar 22, 2006 12:25
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Dear Lord. I go away for a couple of weeks, come back and all you Nu Zilders are talking about gumboots. Given that my time here in the UK has largely been spent in the company of Kiwis, it's still funny that I find my ears prick up...,

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