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Public Address 16/05/06 - It Never Rains ...

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/05/06 - It Never Rains ...

It never rains ... | May 16, 2006 10:50
Russell Brown's Hard News

Like Telecom didn't have enough bad news for the moment: Xtra went down for hours last night - which may or may not have been connected with action to remedy an issue reported in a message passed on by a Public Address reader yesterday afternoon:...,


Alt.Nation: When disaster strikes -- and misses | May 16, 2006 10:23
Graham Reid's many things

Good morning, I'm Katherine Rhine and this Nine to Noon. Later in the programme, the Comedy Festival: is it just a bunch of people telling jokes, or is it actually funny? We'll talk with some British and local comedians, all of whom have a joke about being in economy class...,


Kicking and screaming with Mr Gormsby | May 16, 2006 09:53
GUEST: Nathan Torkington on watch

This has got to be the definition of "dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century": the first season of the Kiwi satire show Seven Periods With Mr Gormsby is being respectably traded on BitTorrent...,


You gotta wonder | May 15, 2006 20:44
Che Tibby pontificates

The announcement that a bunch of New Zealanders are a bit on the cuddly side should hardly be surprising. As reader Tony mentioned to me a wee while back, the application of the label 'obesity epidemic' is just using a fancy medical term to justify 'letting yourself go'...,


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