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Public Address 01/09/06 - Home And (Bombs) Away

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/09/06 - Home and (Bombs) Away

Home | Sep 01, 2006 10:00
Russell Brown's Hard News

Damn, the coffee was good this morning. Some things, you want them done right, you do them yourself. It's nice to be home, and I didn't even mind being selected for a bag search at SFO and LAX, and being sent through the air-puffer machine at SFO (it blows jets...
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Bombs Away | Sep 01, 2006 09:30
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

As any Aucklander will attest, getting a mention in the NZ Herald's 'Sideswipe' section is about as good as life gets. My mum certainly thinks so. Sure, she was happy when I told her I was off to Oxford...
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Alt.Nation: The price to pay | Aug 31, 2006 10:01
Graham Reid's many things

Members of Parliament on all sides of the House were dismayed and concerned last night at the unprompted resignations of two sitting MPs, Mr. David Turoa Field (Labour, Lake Taihape) and Ms Satchya Anderson-Hussein (National, List)...
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