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Public Address 06/04/06 - Read Graham

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/04/06 - Read Graham

Legal Beagle (update) | Apr 05, 2006 14:56
Keith Ng putting the free in freelancer

PA reader Bruce Thorpe asks why, when a suppression order is in place to prevent prejudicing a trial, it would remain afterwards. When do suppression orders get lifted? Generally there aren't suppression orders at all...,

Please Note: | Apr 05, 2006 11:53
Dr. Che's view from Wellington

For those of you with an interest in 'the new media' there's an interesting seminar on tomorrow night at Archives New Zealand. Here's a link. Apparently it's four bloggers who work in the public sector talking, and none of them are David Farrar! The reason for that should...,

And the hangover goes to . . . | Apr 05, 2006 11:34
Graham Reid's many things

It's not just any day I go to Real Groovy and look for David Bowie's idiotic 1967 single The Laughing Gnome. But this is not just any day. It is the day after the night before -- and last night my book Postcards From Elsewhere won the Whitcoulls travel book...,


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