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Public Address 07/08/06 - Greening

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/08/06 - Greening

Greening | Aug 07, 2006 10:17
Russell Brown's Hard News

National MP Nick Smith's drive to embed some green credibility in his party's environmental platform is laudable. Matthew Hooton claimed recently that Smith was "progressively winning over his more sceptical colleagues" on the climate change issue, and now they have an actual former Green MP drafted...,

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Lucky Little Bastards? | Aug 06, 2006 21:05
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Wow. I've never had so much feedback on a single issue as I did from my last post about bFM breakfast host Wallace Chapman being replaced by Mikey Havoc. Surprisingly - there are usually any number of people willing to pick a fight with me on publicaddress - without exception,...,


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