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Public Address 3/10/6 - Meet Our New Crew Member

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/10/06 - Meet Our New Crew Member

Changes | Oct 03, 2006 10:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

Just a quickie today, to welcome aboard our new crew member, David Haywood, and farewell the departing Che. Most of you will be familiar with David's fine work as a guest blogger for us, including his examination of energy policies, The Opposite of Cold Showers and...,


Oh! Canada! | Oct 03, 2006 10:29
Graham Reid's many things

According to a statistic I heard last night -- admittedly in park not a monitored study -- 68 per cent of inbound visitors to Canada express a desire to have contact with Native Americans. Hardly surprising really given that -- as with Maori in New Zealand -- if you don't...,


The Baubles of Valetudinarianism | Oct 02, 2006 20:32
David Haywood from Christchurch

I believe I heard the first episode of Hard News ever to be broadcast. I was still a spotty teenager at the time, sitting in my girlfriend's Ford Anglia as we drove through Grey Lynn...,


Of Dogs and Cats and Birds and Bacon | Oct 02, 2006 17:38
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I know my birthday is still, like, ages away, but you'll need time to save. Maybe pass round a virtual hat, because one way or another, this little beauty is going to be stinking out my bedroom come March…...,


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