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Public Address 25/09/06 - Cuckoo?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/09/06 - Cuckoo?

Cuckoo | Sep 25, 2006 10:47
Russell Brown's Hard News

Strange as it may sound, some of Don Brash's colleagues will regard yesterday's strong One News Colmar Brunton poll as a mixed blessing. Even as they inevitably profess their loyalty to him, it will be occurring to them that perhaps Dr Brash does not feel all the loyalty...,


Yes Eugenia, there is a Racial Clause | Sep 25, 2006 09:24
David Slack on his own account

And so to Howick yesterday afternoon. I was invited there by Ken Gillingham, a man with a lot on his troubled mind. Ken is the foundation president of Kiwi Bigots For Brash, and erstwhile ardent supporter of Don's doctrine on things Maori...,


The Emperor's New Clothes | Sep 24, 2006 21:49
Edging Towards the door with Dr. Che

Since we're clearing the air about ego, I thought I'd confess to hoping to one day write something worthy of paper-bound publication. Knocking out blogs is one thing, but actually writing something meaningful enough to put down in black and white is another it seems...,


Happiness | Sep 24, 2006 10:24
Fiona Rae from the couch

Spokespeople for several illegal TV downloading websites have today proffered their sincerest thanks to the government-owned New Zealand television station, TVNZ. "Traffic was already pretty good," said one, "but since TVNZ stopped screening The Sopranos like the pussy little bitches they are, it's gone through the roof on the remaining...,


Coup update 3: a coup for all the family | Sep 23, 2006 08:53
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

From a friend working for a rights watchdog body in Thailand in downtown Bangkok: It is so difficult for any textbook or theory to explain Thai politics. It's very unusal coup, where people came out to give flowers, water, food and sweets to soldiers to show appreciation for ousting corrupted...,


NGA: Cancerous and Corrosive | Sep 22, 2006 11:11
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

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