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Public Address 28/03/06 - Anyone More Normal?


PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/03/06 - Anyone more normal?

Anyone more normal? | Mar 28, 2006 10:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

There's plenty on the wires to be going on with as regards the weekend's Act Party conference; and not just the part about attracting no votes at all in the latest One News poll, or even the broadside about muckraking from party founder Roger Douglas...

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Money or the Bag | Mar 27, 2006 20:11
Dr. Che's view from Wellington

We've had a bit of a blog-hiatus here in Wellington on account of general exhaustion and busyness. Life continues apace in a blur of barbeque duck and unrequited cravings for beer. But this evening we have a little free time, and I thought I'd add to tomorrows normally numerous Public...

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