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Public Address 18/4 - The Tyranny Of The Motor Cam

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/04/06 - The Tyranny of the Motor Camp

The Tyranny of the Motor Camp | Apr 18, 2006 10:36
Russell Brown's Hard News

The two-hour Rolling Stones live show has turned into the home straight. First to 'Paint It Black' and then '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction', the masses on the slopes of Western Springs Stadium get to their feet and sway and clap and sing along...,


E Noho Tatou | Apr 17, 2006 20:00
Dr. Che's view from Wellington

Since my last engagement with the issue of the Maori seats, National has again attempted to depict the racial divide as something we all need to be concerned about. The good news for everyone is that it just didn't really fly this time...,

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