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Public Address 11/07/06 - New Old News

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/07/06 - New Old News

New old news | Jul 11, 2006 09:40
Russell Brown's Hard News

As DPF correctly pointed out yesterday, Don Brash's new director of "forward renaissance", Garreth Spillane, isn't that new: he started three months ago. DPF wonders whether the angle might be that Spillane is (a) gay, and (b) an opera singer, but points out that National's organisation has embraced...
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The Cure for Tinea | Jul 10, 2006 19:25
A day at the office with Che Tibby

Someone I know recently moved to Australia, probably following sterling advice he'd spied somewhere, but promptly decided to pack it in and move back to the glorious Wellington weather. Naturally this isn't for either of the obvious reasons, that Australia is crappy and full of Ockers, but because there were...
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