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Public Address 09/05/06 - Everything Broadband

PUBLIC ADDRESS 09/05/06 - Everything Broadband

Following up | May 09, 2006 10:00
Russell Brown's Hard News

Well, the Theresa clip certainly caused some excitement yesterday: NZPA called, and Peter Nowak has a story on the front of the Herald's Business section. I now also know its provenance - it's from an analyst briefing in March which is archived on Telecom's...
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Prison got no broadband, Singapore got no democracy | May 09, 2006 09:27
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Frustratingly, I didn't manage to blog about the Singaporean election in the period when actual Singaporeans were banned from doing so - ie the entire campaign - during which the big names of the S'pore blogosphere rolled over ironically twitching beneath the slogan 'Remember, prison got no broadband.'...
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Pocabprescon Debrief | May 08, 2006 17:55
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

The State Services Commissioner is "not in a position to report" anything on the Telescum leak at this stage - not expecting a full report for at least a month. Helen is tight-lipped. But is she worried about the possibility of a mole operating right under her nose? "I expect...
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