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Public Address 04/09/06 - The Clearing Of Throats

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/09/06 - The Clearing of Throats

B*llsh*t and w*nkers | Sep 04, 2006 10:56
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm not sure I get Bill Ralston's moment of shame, as breathlessly reported by two Sunday newspapers. During the week, a Herald on Sunday reporter was pursuing a "news" story on an itinerant Auckland man, whose only conventional news value appears to be that he's Ralston's cousin...,


You Scratch Mine | Sep 04, 2006 08:33
David Slack on his own account

David Farrar's monthly statistics are as ever, a telling reflection of contemporary New Zealand life. I see that once again Public Address has kindly delivered large numbers of visitors to his site, and I daresay he will be pleased to stand us a drink in appreciation next time...,


Set Tasers to pun | Sep 03, 2006 13:49
Keith Ng working hard for once

Thanks for all the comments, folks - this is certainly an emotive issue. And fair enough - a device that causes pain should cause some emotional response. But some of the rhetoric is starting to snowball now, and surely, this can only cheapen the debate...,


Making moves, making mischief | Sep 03, 2006 06:16
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

What fun to host a virtual book tour; I might have to do that myself one day, when I churn out the book-length version of this question of kiwifying your overseas-born children...,

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