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Public Address 07/04/06 - Thanks Everyone

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/04/06 - Thanks Everyone

Thanks Everyone | Apr 07, 2006 08:52
Russell Brown's Hard News

We won a People's Choice NetGuide Web Award last night: Best Blog. I'm really pleased. Thanks everyone, and big ups to the other finalists, Kiwiblog and IdolBlog...,


PA Presents: Newtown Ghetto Anger! | Apr 06, 2006 21:54
Keith Ng putting the free in freelancer

I'm pleased to announce that one of my favourite local cartoons, Newtown Ghetto Anger, is going to be a regular feature here at Public Address. It's appeared in two publications that I've been involved with in the past - first in Lucid five years ago, then in Salient...,


Metics Twelve | Apr 05, 2006 21:59
Dr. Che's view from Wellington

Once upon a time you didn't have to think about things we're calling metics because any alien in your country was expected to get their act together and assimilate as soon as possible. The fact that this was all too often all but impossible tended to be overlooked by proponents...,


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