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Public Address 06/07/06 - Holidays And Departures

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/07/06 - Holidays and Departures

School Holidays | Jul 06, 2006 10:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

The younger boy was waiting for me to finish up so he could get on the G5 yesterday evening when he unexpectedly let rip a series of farts. Farts being intrinsically and immutably funny, we both fell about laughing...,

Too Soon | Jul 06, 2006 08:07
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Michael Laws once again proves why he's an excellent candidate not only as Mayor of Wanganui, but as a human being: I don't often watch Out of the Question, Prime's increasingly budget (they've shed two panellists and pruned writers since going to air) current affairs answer to A Game of...,

Word on the Street | Jul 05, 2006 12:20
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

"Try not to make me look like a hooker." Getting her face made up while powerless to hold up her own head, Li-Mei from Shortland St has never delivered a more self-referentially brilliant line. Though I cannot divulge whether she is leaving the clinic under a white sheet or on...,


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