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Public Address 30/05/06 - Kabul And Elsewhere

PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/05/06 - Kabul and elsewhere

The cap doesn't fit | May 30, 2006 11:01
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Internet NZ report Comparison of OECD Broadband Markets is a robust and useful insight on what's actually wrong with New Zealand's broadband market. The Stuff story sums it up: we don't pay a lot in international terms, but we get very little for our money...
http://www.publicaddress.net/default,3205.sm

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Discretion, Valour etc | May 30, 2006 08:40
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

4am, Saturday morning. I was heading home from a night out drinking. It'd been a long evening, starting with after work drinks and continuing into town. Even though I'd put away quite a few over the course of the night, I felt pretty good about driving...
http://www.publicaddress.net/default,3204.sm

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Bulletin from Kabul | May 30, 2006 08:05
Marianne Elliot in Kabul, Afghanistan

Marianne Elliot is a human rights lawyer and policy consultant who has worked in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Timor-Leste and New Zealand. In late December 2005 she moved to Afghanistan. Jolisa Gracewood interviewed Marianne via e-mail about how things look from Kabul...
http://www.publicaddress.net/default,3203.sm

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Jigsaw Puzzles | May 29, 2006 19:38
Che Tibby fetches and carries

Back in Melbourne I used to sit around on Sunday afternoons and listen to Radio 3RRR, a community station that had this great series of shows. The journalism/politics one was just after a restaurant/trade show, and in waiting to listen to that I soon got in the habit of listening...
http://www.publicaddress.net/default,3201.sm

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