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Public Address 13/10/06 - Scramble!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/10/06 - Scramble!

Scramble | Oct 13, 2006 11:29
Russell Brown's Hard News

If Kevin Brady was a judge, would he be accused of judicial activism? It seems a fair question, because he has certainly changed the landscape without changing the law. This not to suggest his findings are wrong - I don't claim the legal expertise to say anything of the kind,...,


Hang on, what about Carlaw Park? | Oct 13, 2006 11:07
GUEST: Cr. Richard Simpson

The following post has been compiled from emails from Auckland City councillor Richard Simpson, and outlines his argument for Carlaw Park to be considered as the site for the Rugby World Cup stadium in Auckland...,


Auditing the Auditor-General | Oct 13, 2006 10:28
GUEST: "Rex" on that ruling

Auditor-General Kevin Brady's report into taxpayer-funded advertising expenditure in the three months before the 2005 General Election is difficult to stomach. The principle Brady has sought to uphold is that taxpayer money cannot lawfully be spent on electioneering; he has identified around $1.1 million of advertising spending which he believes...,


The Beautiful Berton Sisters | Oct 13, 2006 09:25
David Haywood from Christchurch

When I was a lad, my great-uncle Bob would often greet me with the words: "Hello, young shaver." Personally, I never cared for his usage of the word 'shaver'. I didn't know what it meant (and still don't), but I have always suspected that it was some sort of insult...,


Who's a naughty boy, then? | Oct 13, 2006 05:30
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Good god, you people! It's been a massively busy couple of weeks sorting through all the stories of childhood wickedness that came flooding in after my last post. You'll be as aghast as I was at the results...,

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