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Public Address 24/10/06 - Wind And Sunlight

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/10/06 - Wind and sunlight

Confusion? | Oct 24, 2006 10:07
Russell Brown's Hard News

In the ongoing debate over the proper drinking age, I have repeatedly heard and read explanations why what seems to me a reasonable solution - fixing an age of 20 for purchase of liquor for consumption off the premises, and 18 for purchase and consumption on licensed premises - cannot...,

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Let there be light . . . | Oct 22, 2006 14:19
Graham Reid's many things

And on the 307th day The Builder said, "Let there be Light". And lo! There was light. And we saw the light. And it was good. Bloody good. Yes, on Friday -- a mere 307 days after the first scaffolding went up outside the sliding doors onto our patio --...,

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When the Nor'wester Blows | Oct 20, 2006 11:12
David Haywood from Christchurch

The abruptness with which the seasons change in Christchurch is always a surprise to me. Last Tuesday we were having pleasant winter weather. There was a frost in the morning, the day was clear and sunny, and the wind was icy...,

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