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PA 14/6/6: 3 Days Before The Day After Tomorrow

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/06/06 - Three Days Before the Day After Tomorrow

Bro'Town | Jun 14, 2006 07:16
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

All I can say is, time flies when you're having babies. I look at photos from a couple of months ago and hardly recognize the little fellow. Let's face it, most newborn babies wouldn't win a beauty contest...
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4 Votes for Krystal, 28 for Farrar | Jun 13, 2006 20:44
David Slack on his own account

I found myself in a hotel in Rotorua one night last winter. There are few better places to be. I love to open the windows as I motor into town and breathe deeply of the sulphur...
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Three Days Before the Day After Tomorrow | Jun 13, 2006 18:51
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

With front-line correspondence from veteran journalists such as Russell and Graham, you probably care how I was affected by that day. Which is good, because I wasn't. Not really. I was at the airport, about to depart for a two-week reporting stint in Wellington...
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