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Public Address 18/10/06 - Like It's A Bad Word

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/10/06 - You Say It Like It's A Bad Word

You say it like it's a bad word | Oct 18, 2006 10:42
Russell Brown's Hard News

On our three-weekly turn on Breakfast today, Deborah Hill Cone raised the matter of the Prime Minister slinging off at "right-wing blogger" Fran O'Sullivan on Newstalk ZB. She said the same thing on bFM this week too...,


Alt.Nation: Fireworks unlikely as Government threatens to cancel Christmas | Oct 18, 2006 10:28
Graham Reid's many things

In a shock announcement yesterday the Minister for Unintentional Humour David Benson Pope announced the government is concerned about the stress Christmas causes for many families and may consider cancelling it. "Every year we see families under financial pressure, there are marital disputes, kiddies not getting an X-Box and so...,


Fallout | Oct 17, 2006 17:08
David Slack on his own account

This might be an appropriate time to quote a learned judge. Here is Chief Justice Sir Richard Wild in 1976. It is a graphic illustration of our legal heritage and the strength of our constitutional law that a statute passed by the English parliament nearly three centuries ago to...,


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