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Public Address 17/11/06 - Ng To Coddington

PUBLIC ADDRESS 17/11/06 - Ng To Coddington: Account For Yourself

Only rock 'n' roll | Nov 17, 2006 09:50
Russell Brown's Hard News

A couple of mornings ago, I got a text from Brent Hansen: "CHECKS are great - 70s Stones trash rock … more 70s than 60s style now. @ THE GIG NOW." "Lucky bugger," I texted back...,


Supply-sider moves into deficit | Nov 17, 2006 09:17
David Slack on his own account

So farewell Then Milton Friedman Taken from us by The invisible Hand. Now that you and Ronnie are Gone, Maggie is the Only one left from The old gang Unless you count Pinochet...,


Bar brawls aren't my thing | Nov 17, 2006 09:00
Keith Ng: Say no to P. Say no to Poppadoms.

One word that Debra Hill Cone said on National Radio was instructive. She described Deborah Coddington's North & South article as "courageous". "Courageous." i.e. N&S knew that asking such a question was going to open them up to accusations of racism, but the public deserved to know, and...,


Rosemary McLeod vs. Deborah Coddington: The Opera | Nov 16, 2006 23:57
David Haywood from Christchurch

ACT I: Rosemary McLeod is in her sitting room, putting the finishing touches on a macramé lampshade. A large heterosexual-only choir stands next to the television set. Rosemary McLeod [spoken]: Once upon a time...,


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