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Public Address 27/10/06 - If You Hum It ...

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/10/06 - If you hum it ...

If you hum it ... | Oct 27, 2006 11:49
Russell Brown's Hard News

Okay, I can't hear the mysterious Auckland hum. Too much rock 'n' roll, probably. But whatever bedevils the residents of the North Shore has many precedents. The hum has been heard in Vancouver, Albuquerque and, well, lots of places...,


Alt.Nation: When the laughter ends | Oct 27, 2006 10:50
Graham Reid's many things

The 134th annual meeting of comedy writers and satirists wound up in Auckland last night with what one described as "the end of an era" when the group SATCOM decided it could no longer continue...,


Your all loosers | Oct 27, 2006 06:59
David Slack on his own account

Welcome one and all to the second edition of Discouraging Friday Revelations. I must confess it's hard work coming up with this little service week in, week out, every Friday, but because you care, well: so do I...,


Chasing skin... heads | Oct 27, 2006 03:34
Keith Ng: Post-post-ironic

Every year, I get giddy with excitement. I polish my camera lens, lace up my boots, put on my best neutral-coloured waterproof ungrabbable jacket, then smile: The National Front is in town! I don't know anyone else who gets so excited about skinheads...,


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