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Public Address 05/07/07 - Catching Up

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/07/07 - Catching Up

Key puns are too easy so I won't do it (updated with question for readers) | Jul 05, 2006 09:02
Keith Ng needs a new digital Dictaphone

A lot of people have told me that they find John Key to be an insincere guy. I got a vague sense of that, but since we were talking about economics, I didn't do much staring into his soul...,

The other family violence | Jul 04, 2006 20:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm trying to find a way of describing the mother in the Timaru riding crop case - as she is revealed in a HoS profile that isn't insulting or defamatory. Perhaps I'll just settle for saying that she doesn't seem to be of entirely sound mind and has...,


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