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Public Address 15/06/06 - Digital Day

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/06/06 - Digital Day

Digital Day | Jun 15, 2006 08:49
Russell Brown's Hard News

Freeview - a free-to-air digital TV platform modelled on the one of the same name in Britain - will be officially unveiled at Parliament at midday. I can't tell you exactly what will be said, but my column in this month's Unlimited covers most of the bases and...,


And as for the coffee... | Jun 14, 2006 20:08
David Slack on his own account

Some people have mocked Alex Swney for daring to ask the question: what has the Great Blackout of 06 done for Auckland's reputation as a first-world city? "Are we heading for Sydney or Suva?" he asks...,


The kids are still geeky, but mostly alright. Kind of. | Jun 14, 2006 13:14
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Asian pop-cultural high point of the week: screenshots of Volcano High in fellow 'Asian' ethnicity-geek Dr Kumanan Rasanathan's powerpoint presentation for the launch of his Youth2000 secondary school health survey report A Health Profile of Young Asian New Zealanders...,


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