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Public Address 04/04/06 - Contempt

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/04/06 - Contempt

Contempt | Apr 04, 2006 10:15
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm such a wuss. I had figured that reporting around the present distribution of suppressed information in contempt of court would be highly circumspect. The bar in these matters is set very low: it can be a breach simply to provide information that leads people to discover suppressed information...,


Pocabprescon Debrief | Apr 03, 2006 16:35
Keith Ng off the election trail

Helen went to some lengths to stonewall all the Cullen speculation at the Post-Cabinet Press Conference today, responding to every question with "ask him". She says that he's served her well and that she wants to keep him on for as long as possible - adding that she has every...,


Dear Dairy | Apr 03, 2006 13:21
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

If you put me on a diet of two sausages and potato salad every night for six months, I'd be pleading for repatriation to the motherland too. Though you'd think that sheer desperation would have forced this kid from his house in search of adequate nutrition...,


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