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Public Address 20/04/06 - Special Reports

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/04/06 - Special Reports

I'll be having a quiet one | Apr 20, 2006 10:42
Russell Brown's Hard News

How odd. The one weekend where I simply cannot head out of an evening and come home tired but trollied is the one on which I would cheerfully do so multiple times. That's the weekend where, on Friday night, the Skatalites (the freakin' Skatalites!) play The Studio, and the really...
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The Solomon Islands: A Situation Report | Apr 20, 2006 10:23
Graham Reid's many things

At the tail end of 2002 I spent two weeks in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands, on an assignment for the New Zealand Herald. Let me give you some background to the current problems, and also offer a picture of what Honiara is like...
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Boys will be boys | Apr 19, 2006 11:52
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

The police has finally revealed that Wan Biao was the victim of a (obviously blotched) kidnap plot. I'm not quite sure why they were keeping this back, since a post on Skykiwi.com on the 16th (Sunday) cites Consul Li of the Chinese Consulate-General in Auckland as saying that...
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Thirty-seven killed last week in a crack war | Apr 19, 2006 11:33
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Possible last thought of Wan Biao: 'if these were real Triads they would have at least put some fucking rocks in this suitcase.' So much for Original Gangstas. Actually I'm just a bit too sad about this to say anything else right now...
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