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Public Address 24/03/06 - Gossip And Espionage

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/03/06 - Gossip and Espionage

Scientology is retarded | Mar 24, 2006 10:21
Russell Brown's Hard News

Has TV3 felt the pain of Catholic anger after all? And will the Church of Scientology be next? Rick Friesen insisted yesterday that the broadcaster's apology and undertaking not to screen the 'Bloody Mary' episode of South Park again was not was about ratings or money, but "the...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3019.sm

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They don't need no education | Mar 24, 2006 08:45
Keith Ng off the election trail

I'm all for a bit of schoolyard rebellion, but I think the Greens have been letting their high-minded ideas get to their heads in their support for the youth rates "strike"...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3017.sm

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Celebrity Skin, Gossip, Espionage | Mar 23, 2006 17:14
David Slack on his own account

What's a good blog without the odd bit of inside information? Want to get a look at the list of people who've applied to be the nation's top spy? You've come to the right place...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3015.sm

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