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Public Address 22/09/06 - Tally Ho!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/09/06 - Tally Ho!

Tally Ho! | Sep 22, 2006 06:43
Russell Brown's Hard News

Let us enter a realm where the only politics are those to do with which Able Tasmans album is best, whether the Dead C were done wrong, what was the finest hour of Shayne P Carter's Flying Nun era and whether the Gordons' debut album is really a Flying Nun...,


Refugee Stories Our Politicians Never Tell Us: Part II - Lan Le-Ngoc | Sep 22, 2006 06:18
GUEST: David Haywood

The subject of refugees is never very far from the political spotlight. In recent years, various fringe groups and minor political parties have expressed strong anti-refugee attitudes. And - in the past eighteen months or so - these views have even been echoed by some mainstream politicians...,


Thai coup, or Thai food? | Sep 21, 2006 15:25
Graham Reid's many things

There are so many important things to discuss -- cancerous politicians, the state of our nation's mental health, Eden Park on the Harbour, TVNZ thinking people wouldn't be pissed off by The Sopranos early exit -- that it's hard to know where to start: so I'm not going to...,


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