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Public Address 01/05/06 - Foreigners And Freelance

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/05/06 - Foreigners and Freelancers

Foreign hordes etc | May 01, 2006 11:05
Russell Brown's Hard News

Most depressing story of the weekend: Tony Wall's Page 3 lead in the Star Times on an increase in the number of foreign citizens in our prisons. Not because of the increase - frankly, the story provides almost no context which would allow us to work out what...
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Killing Usenet | May 01, 2006 07:59
GUEST: John Holley

On the evening of the 27th of April a message started appearing in Usenet newsgroups provided to customers of Xtra. The message stated: For some time Xtra has hosted a complimentary Usenet server. However, the number of people using this service has steadily declined and there are now only a...
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Freelance Revolution 2: Folorn, cheap and disloyal | May 01, 2006 07:01
GUEST: Deborah Hill Cone from the freelancing frontline

Lead me to the barricades; I seem to have roused some rabble with my guest post reporting from the Freelance Marketplace conference. Former Listener editor Finlay Macdonald, now books editor at the Sunday Star Times:...
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