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Public Address 06/10/06 - Smoking Guns, Sunny Days

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/10/06 - Smoking Guns And Sunny Days

Road food | Oct 06, 2006 11:10
David Slack on his own account

One afternoon, high on a mountain in the South Island, I almost killed the man who now prosecutes the big murder trials on Wellington. Writing that gets me as near as my mild-mannered life can take me to "I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die"...,


But will it be sunny for the Big Day Out? | Oct 06, 2006 10:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

Are we in danger of lurching into a debate about actual policy? This novel prospect looms today at a climate change symposium in Wellington. Labour will have another crack at having a climate change policy it can stick to, and we'll get to see the fruit of Nick...,


NGA: Self-medicated | Oct 06, 2006 02:22
Keith Ng: Fell over tree

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Smoking gun, flaming dumbass. | Oct 05, 2006 11:06
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Although he's been pilloried by seemingly everyone over the distracting absurdities of Maori nonexistence, the most dangerous claim in Brash's latest oeuvre is that the health inequalities Maori face (despite not existing) are their own choice, and the state has no duty to address those inequalities...,


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