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Public Address 24/4 - From The Freelance Frontline

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/04/06 - From the Freelance Frontline

Well Geeky | Apr 24, 2006 11:43
Russell Brown's Hard News

It looks like Telecom has finally improved the contention rate at the troubled Mt Eden exchange - and apparently there's more bandwidth to come. My man Zach Bagnall is reporting a clear, if marginal, improvement:...,


Vive la Revolucion! | Apr 24, 2006 09:16
GUEST: Deborah Hill Cone from the freelancing frontline

Okay, as equal rights movements go it's not exactly suffragettes chaining themselves to Downing Street or civil rights campaigners risking their lives in Mississippi. But get 170 bolshie freelance journalists in Auckland's Hyatt Ballroom and you get the distinct feeling something is brewing...,


Shedding Layers | Apr 23, 2006 23:09
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

Ghosts. It's difficult to know what to say about them. Certainly I'm not the type to believe in creepy-crawly, 'boo'-type ghosts, but I do believe ghosts exist. Here's the rub. Like I may have said before, places change gradually over time (as do people), but memories of places remain for...,


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