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Public Address 10/05/06 - Dear Ms. Gattung

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/05/06 - Dear Ms. Gattung

Dear Ms. Gattung | May 10, 2006 08:54
GUEST: Adam Hunt writes a letter

Dear Ms. Gattung, "The" unbundling should keep the ICT industry in gossip for a few weeks as yet: over at gen-i I am sure the walls are positively pulsing with theory and rumour. I actually want to offer a word of support and some advice, but I need to start...,


Ringaringa ceremonies: Archaic, irrational and sexist | May 10, 2006 03:03
Keith "Sensible Footwear" Ng

As a product of the Enlightningment, I am proud to embrace modernity and reject archaic, irrational hokey-pokey in all its forms. So, defenders of progress, join me in calling for an end to the time-wasting, nonsensical ceremony that is rotting the core of our nation: Te ringaringa, which can be...,


Pit Bull Terriers | May 09, 2006 20:29
Che Tibby pontificates

Let's get one thing straight here. No disrespect to the members of the Maori Party, but they are not the representatives of Maori. Without question they are Maori representatives, but they are no more the Maori representatives than Don Brash or Helen Clark are the representatives of mainstream New Zealand...,

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